Monday, 7 May 2018

Jack Butland speaks about Stoke City relegation.

Stoke city was confirmed relegated from the Premier League following a defeat to Crytal Palace on Saturday.

Their goalkeeper Jack Butland has now spoken out and blamed the club for making unnecessary transfers and buying players that can't be rely on.

'There have been transfers that aren't even part of the squad for all kinds of reasons, whether it be discipline, whether it be lack of performance.' he said

'You've got to look at that, what decisions are being made and the type of characters.'

'The January transfers were two positive signings, but if you look at others and they're not even here to have an input. It's not because they were playing at the top of their game, because if they were they'd be here,' he continued

'Too many of the recent investments, and over the years, are completely unused and that's unacceptable. So before anyone is signed and any changes happen that's got to be looked at because it's been farcical really.'

Jack Butland also speak about the signing of Paul Lambert and his confident on the new coach.

'I believe Paul's had an extremely difficult job, he inherited a squad where, unfortunately, there was ill-discipline and players you cannot rely on.

'Despite those scenarios, he's put together a really competitive side that's willing to work for him.'

'I believe the manager is the right man for the job,' he concluded.

Stoke City will be playing in the Championship next season and they will look to make a good impact so as to return back to Premier League in the coming season.

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