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The striker refused to play for Stoke after texting manager Mark Hughes

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Michael Douglas and Glenn Close battle it out in Fatal Attraction

Fatal Attraction heads to the West End stage

Adaptation of Hitchcock's Strangers On A Train also coming to London

George Zimmerman asks Florida to pay $300,000 of Trayvon Martin case costs

George Zimmerman, the man cleared last month of second-degree murder and manslaughter over the killing of the unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin, will ask the state of Florida to pay up to $300,000 (£193,000) of his legal expenses, his lawyer said today.

Erik Pieters

Stoke reveal interest in Netherlands international Erik Pieters

Chairman admits club are seeking a left-back

The bling ring-leaders: Michael Douglas and Matt Damon shine in Steven Soderbergh's Liberace biopic, 'Behind the Candelabra'
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones on 22 April 2013

After Michael Douglas' claims, the doctors' verdict on oral sex: There's only a 'very small' risk of cancer

Michael Douglas may have been displaying admirable candour when he told a journalist this weekend that his throat cancer had been caused by a virus “which…comes about from cunnilingus” – but he also sparked a minor health scare.

BBC Radio Stoke presenter Paula White who was removed from her Friday show after slurring and appearing drunk

Radio Stoke presenter Paula White pulled off-air for slurring her words and 'sounding drunk'

BBC Radio Stoke presenter Paula White was taken off-air after slurring and appearing to be drunk.

Robert Huth

Stoke frustrated at Robert Huth suspension in light of Callum McManaman incident

The Potters centre-back was given a retrospective three-match suspension on the basis of video evidence

A Sentinel Airborne Stand Off Radar (ASTOR) Aircraft from No. 5 (AC) Squadron, RAF Waddington has been deployed as an RAF surveillance aircraft in support of the French military action in Mali

RAF sends spy jet to aid Mali action

An RAF surveillance aircraft has been deployed in support of the French military action in Mali, the Ministry of Defence said.

The Saturday Quiz answers

1. John Cage.

2. Let’s hope canny Pulis gets the best out of Owen<br/>
Michael Owen’s arrival at Stoke is intriguing for many reasons. It is further evidence that Tony Pulis, that canny operator, is changing his team’s style. It is confirmation of Stoke’s status as an established top-flight club, and raises the prospect of Owen enjoying an Indian summer to a career that once promised to be among the game’s most glittering but has long been in sad decline. Anyone who remembers the joy Owen brought to the game as an 18-year-old will hope the move is a success for all parties.

Stoke striker Michael Owen 'raring to go'

Former England international has not played since October

Luis Suarez has been accused yet again of diving

Luis Suarez must stop 'screaming like he has broken his leg', says Stoke winger Michael Kightly

Stoke winger Michael Kightly insists the actions of players like Liverpool's Luis Suarez are ruining the game.

Acclaimed director Ingmar Bergman

Ingmar Bergman: auteur, innovator, genius... and a big fan of the Blues Brothers

Documentary reveals guilty pleasures of art house director renowned for bleak films

<b>2. Michael Owen £40m</b>

Stoke reveal interest in ex-Manchester United striker Michael Owen

Stoke manager Tony Pulis is keeping tabs on Michael Owen now the striker is a free agent but admits he is only one of a number of players under consideration this summer.

Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko in 'Wall Street'

Gordon Gekko turns his back on greed for the FBI

The FBI has enlisted an unlikely ally in its fight against insider trading and securities fraud: Gordon Gekko, the villainous executive from 1987 movie Wall Street, who told an audience of potential investors: "Greed, for want of a better word, is good."

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