Stoke manager Tony Pulis is determined to restore dressing-room harmony in his battle to ensure the club stay in the Barclays Premier League.
Pulis intends to ditch the likes of James Beattie and Dave Kitson after falling out with them during the season.
Beattie was involved in a row over the cancelling of the club's Christmas party following the 2-0 defeat at Arsenal and Kitson upset his boss for being 'precious' by reacting badly to being subbed as Stoke were thrashed at Chelsea recently.
Pulis said: 'There's been bad vibes within the dressing room.
'I won't have that, I won't tolerate people who think we're doing them a favour.
'I'm working very hard to get one or two players out.'
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