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Jermaine Lloyd Pennant | Midfielder | #7

Team: Stoke City
Age / DOB:  (35) / 1/15/1983
Ht / Wt:  5'8" / 141

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Stoke City have released winger Jermaine Pennant for the second time this season. Mark Hughes had given him another chance with the club this summer, but now the mercurial talent will be looking for new employers.
Pennant scored one goal for Stoke back in August, but couldn't crack the lineup with Marko Arnautovic and Oussama Assaidi establishing themselves alongside Jon Walters as wide options for the Potters. Tue, Jan 28, 2014 04:04:00 AM
Source: BBC Sport

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Jermaine Pennant provided the only goal of the match from a free kick in the 82nd minute as Stoke City earn a 0-1 win at West Ham.

It was his first goal in two seasons, but credit is to be given for a well taken free kick that got up over the wall and down under the crossbar beating Jussi Jaaskelainen to his left. Stoke need any offensive production they can find, and Pennant's goal after coming off the bench may have earned him a start in their next league match vs Manchester City. He will need to provide a lot more than a goal every 30 or so games to be anywhere near the fantasy radar however.
Sat, Aug 31, 2013 12:56:00 PM

Jermaine Pennant has resigned with Stoke City, after being released by the club previously.

Pennant is an ideal Mark Hughes player - a quick, creative winger. At least, at his best, that is what Pennant can be. The problem is he's only been that in fits and starts over his career, including a purple patch at Stoke City two seasons ago. If he can recapture that form, he'll be a big asset for the club, but surely we'll have to see it before we can believe it. At least he'll provide competition for the wide role with Michael Kightly and (god save us) Jonathan Walters.
Tue, Jun 18, 2013 01:12:00 PM

Stoke City have begun clearing house, release seven players, including Jermaine Pennant, Dean Whitehead, Carlo Nash, Matthew Upson, Rory Delap, and striker Mamady Sidibe.

Whitehead was the only one of the group to play much of a part of last season, and this deck clearing is necessary for Stoke to move forward. Pennant is the most interesting player here - all the promise in the world but never able to harness it for a significant period of time; and Sidibe the most tragic - never able to play a part in the Premier League for Stoke due to mulitple serious injuries.
Source: The Guardian
Thu, Jun 6, 2013 12:41:00 PM