Stoke City will miss the experience of assistant manager Peter Reid, according to former midfielder Nigel Gleghorn. The 54 year old was appointed as the new boss of Plymouth on Thursday after spending 10 months at the Britannia Stadium.
"It's a blow," Gleghorn told BBC Radio Stoke. "Peter has been a manager and [Stoke manager] Tony Pulis took him in to benefit from his experience.
"It just means that not only has Tony got a few players to look for, he's got a number two to look for as well."
Reid left his position as the national coach of Thailand in August 2009 to join the Potters' coaching staff.