Stoke City Boss Anticipates Stronger Squad with Return of Two Key Players…

Stoke City manager Alex Neil is optimistic about the team’s prospects as injured players Tyreece Campbell and Ben Wilmot are set to make a return, believing their presence will significantly bolster the squad. Despite a challenging season that currently places Stoke City in 14th position in the Championship table, they have manageStoke City Boss Anticipates Stronger Squad with Return of Two Key Players… d to maintain an undefeated streak in their last five league games, with the last two ending in goalless draws.

Neil expressed his confidence in the team’s improvement, emphasizing the impact that key players like Campbell and Wilmot can have in turning the tide of a game in their favor. While acknowledging the team’s current position and the absence of these influential players, Neil remains positive about the upcoming reinforcement.

In an interview with Stoke on Trent Live, Neil remarked, “We’ve still got Tye Campbell to come back, we’ve still got Ben Wilmot, who was our player of the season last year, to come back. We’ve still got bits and pieces to come back and make us even stronger.” Campbell has been limited to six appearances this season, while Wilmot has been sidelined for over a month due to a knee injury.

Rather than expressing frustration, Neil seems excited about the challenge of integrating these players back into the squad. He sees their return as an opportunity to build a more formidable team, potentially providing a foundation for Stoke City to climb the Championship table and vie for a spot in the top six. Despite the inevitable challenges posed by injuries throughout the season, Neil and the entire Stoke City team remain hopeful that the return of Campbell and Wilmot will propel them to a successful remainder of the season.

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