Sport Lawrie Wilson, pictured earlier in the season against Wigan, scored twice for Charlton in their 3-2 win over Brighton

Charlton came back from a goal down to hold on to a crucial victory despite late Seagulls surge

Roy Hodgson will hope a poor second half has no ‘relevance’

England 0 Germany 1: Joe Hart's rush of blood at Wembley will not have impressed Roy Hodgson

This was potentially the last match he will play until March unless his City team-mate Costel Pantilimon loses form

Birmingham 0 Brighton 1 match report: Brighton off the mark after Andy Crofts gives Oscar Garcia first win with the Seagulls

First points of the season for Brighton as they go above the Blues in the league

Mark Hughes

Jermaine Pennant and Rory Delap among seven players released by Stoke City

Mark Hughes was recently appointed as the new manager at the Britannia Stadium

Out of luck: Forest’s manager Billy Davies said his side deserved to win

Nottingham Forest 2 Brighton & Hove Albion 2 match report: Casper Ankergren blunder robs Brighton but team show why Gus Poyet stayed

Some eyebrows were raised when Gus Poyet chose to turn down the opportunity to take over at Reading last week, but his decision may look a little more understandable now.

Robert Huth

Robert Huth 'let himself down' says Stoke City manager Tony Pulis

Huth will serve a three match ban having opted not to contest a violent conduct charge

Southampton celebrate Rickie Lambert's opening goal for his side

Match Report: Cameron Jerome pulls out cracker to rescue Stoke from Southampton

Stoke 3 Southampton 3: Manager Pulis to appeal against red card after Southampton are denied by gritty fightback

Pogrebnyak's debut goal helps Fulham land points

Fulham 2 Stoke 1

Tony Pulis was proud of Stoke despite Matthew Upson’s red card

Pulis: We're Stoke and do not complain

Besiktas 3 Stoke City 1

Kenwyne Jones leaps high to score Stoke’s late equaliser last night

'Fantastic' Stoke delight Pulis

Stoke City 1 Dynamo Kiev 1

Major spending will not become habit Peter Coates warns Stoke fans

Stoke chairman Peter Coates is not keen on splashing out £20million in every transfer window but accepts occasionally it is necessary for the club to progress.

Class service from Pennant sweeps the Swiss aside

Stoke City 4 FC Thun 1 (Stoke win 5-1 on aggregate)

Europa League preview: A look at tonight's matches involving English sides

Stoke (1) v FC Thun (0): Pulis keen to add reinforcements

Europa League preview: Jol and Ramos go head-to-head

Martin Jol will face Juande Ramos tonight for the first time since he was replaced as Tottenham manager by the Spaniard in 2007. Jol's Fulham host Ukrainian side Dnipro, now managed by Ramos.

Stoke sign England international Matthew Upson

Stoke have signed former West Ham centre-back Matthew Upson on a free transfer, with the defender agreeing a two-year deal with the Potters.

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