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OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

City Submit Squad For 2013/14 Season

STOKE CITY have lodged their first team squad list with the Premier League for the 2013/14 season.

Clubs have to submit a list of up to 25 senior players, which must include no more than 17 non-home grown players.

A home-grown player is one that has spent three entire seasons, continuous or not, with an English or Welsh club before their 21st birthday, regardless of their nationality.

There are no limits on the number of Under-21 players the Club can include and in Stoke's case, Jack Butland and Marc Muniesa fall into that category.

Stoke City have sent the following 23 names to the Premier League: Charlie Adam, Marko Arnautovic, Oussama Assiadi, Asmir Begovic, Geoff Cameron, Peter Crouch, Maurice Edu, Matthew Etherington, Robert Huth, Stephen Ireland, Kenwyne Jones, Jamie Ness, Steven Nzonzi, Wilson Palacios, Jermaine Pennant, Erik Pieters, Ryan Shawcross, Brek Shea, Thomas Sorensen, Jonathan Walters, Glenn Whelan, Andy Wilkinson, Marc Wilson.

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