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Stoke City 2013/14 Review: April

2ND // The official Stoke City 'Golf Day' was held at Trentham Golf Club, with first team management being joined by Asmir Begovic, Thomas Sorensen and Peter Odemwingie on the impeccable course.

3RD // Republic of Ireland international Glenn Whelan surprised pupils at St Teresa's Catholic School by handing out City 7s goody bags to the children who had signed up to the initiative. 

5TH // The Club's long wait for a league victory at Stamford Bridge was prolonged as strikes from Mohammed Salah, Frank Lampard and William inflicted a 3-0 defeat upon Mark Hughes, at his former stomping ground.

12TH // Dutch defender Erik Pieters' fortuitous first goal for the Potters secured maximum spoils against Newcastle United, and in the process ensured a fifth consecutive Premier League home victory.

19TH // Marko Arnautovic's fourth strike of the season gave the visitors the lead against Cardiff City, before a well dispatched spot-kick from Jordan Mutch denied the Potters of all three points in the Welsh capital.

24TH // Peter Odemwingie and John Guidetti gave Stoke supporters a glimpse of next season's home and away kits at the Britannia Stadium club store, whilst Erik Pieters and Marc Muniesa were present at the official outlet in Hanley donning the new replica shirts too.

26TH // Several controversial refereeing decisions influence an undeserved Tottenham Hotspur victory at the Britannia Stadium, with Andre Marriner showing a red card to skipper Ryan Shawcross during the game. Danny Rose's first-half header proved to be the only goal of the game, although the home side went close to levelling on a number of occasions despite their one-man disadvantage.

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