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Punishment! Andrew Davies hits out at Stoke boss Tony Pulis over lack of support

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08 Oct 2010 17:01:37

Punishment! Andrew Davies hits out at Stoke boss Tony Pulis over lack of support

Stoke defender Andrew Davies has hit out at manager Tony Pulis and other staff at the club for not supporting him during a difficult spell. The 25-year-old has joined Walsall on loan having made just four appearances for the Potters since a £1.2million move from Southampton two years ago. Foul play: Andrew Davies (right) has hardly featured during his time at Stoke 'When I came from Southampton I was injured and I didn't really get the support I would have liked,' Davies told the Express and Star. 'I felt I was being punished in my second season for not being fit in the first year. He (Pulis) actually signed me when I was injured and then when I got to the club I wasn't in his plans straight away, so it was hard. 'I had a knee injury which is now absolutely fine and I just needed support - which I didn't get. 'I was getting sick of sitting around at Stoke just knowing what I can do on a football pitch. 'Having to train with the young kids, I was thinking: 'I've got to get myself out there again, start playing football and just enjoying myself' because at Stoke I wasn't doing that at all.'  Stoke defender Davies agrees loan spell with League One WalsallDavies delivers Southgate salvo as he leaves Middlesbrough for SouthamptonALL STOKE CITY FC


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