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The kick-off for Stoke's Premier League clash with West Ham has been delayed due to a power cut at the bet365 Stadium.
Power was lost around much of the ground just before 2:00pm and had not been recovered by around 2:35pm, at which point the Potters announced the match would not begin at three o'clock as scheduled.
Stoke wrote on Twitter: "A power surge has affected both club generators and the mains supply.
"Kick off will be delayed due to a major power outage. We will make a further announcement after 3.00pm."
The majority of fans were left outside the stadium when the announcement was made because the turnstiles could not be operated to let them in.
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Stoke have completed the signing of defender Kevin Wimmer from Premier League rivals Tottenham for £18million.
The 24-year-old Austria international has agreed a five-year deal with Mark Hughes' Potters.
Manager Hughes told the club's official website: "Kevin is an undoubted talent and he will significantly add to the quality of the group of players that I already have at my disposal.
"We put a real emphasis on trying to enhance the defensive areas of the squad this summer and we feel that we have been able to do that."
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Striker Joselu has completed his move to Newcastle from Stoke after manager Rafael Benitez finally received some good news on the transfer front.
The 27-year-old Spaniard has signed a three-year deal to seal a move for an undisclosed fee, believed to be in the region of £5million, the Magpies have confirmed.
Joselu said: "I feel very happy because I have signed for a very big club. I'm very happy to be part of this club, and so excited. I'm looking forward to getting to know my team-mates, the city, the training ground, the stadium and all the supporters."