Pennant: Former Stoke boss Pulis ignored me for no reason

Stoke winger Jermaine Pennant says he did nothing to warrant the cold-shoulder treatment given to him by former Potters boss Tony Pulis.

Stoke winger Jermaine Pennant says he did nothing to warrant the cold-shoulder treatment given to him by former Potters boss Tony Pulis.

The 30-year-old played just twice last season, both appearances coming in August before he was sent out on loan to Wolves.

"People were going on about I must have done this or I must have done that, but it was not the case at all," Pennant told the Sentinel.
"It was somebody falling out with a player and then washing his hands of him. Then people jumped to the wrong conclusion."

New boss Mark Hughes has accepted Pennant back into the first team squad.

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