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Stoke City legend Mike Pejic runs the rule over the clubs January transfer window business

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Stoke Citys transfer window so far has centred around exits and Im sad and disappointed that one of them has been youngJoe Bursik.

Bursik is still only 22, the England under-21s regular keeper and he was developing and as we know, goalkeepers can and do continue their development far later than outfield players. He had a lot of attributes that a scout and a manager should really like, his understanding and appreciation of distancing between himself and the back line, his footwork, his bravery, his reflexes, he just needs time to become the finished product.

What hasnt helped has been that the system and personnel have been ever changing in front of him. Any keeper, young or old, needs your defence to be stable and steady in front of them and the defence needs stability in front of them, with midfield breaking down the opposition and forwards trying to stop them getting even to midfield.

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We havent given Bursik that. I wish him all the best for the future and hope to see him develop, mature and realise his full potential because hes a good keeper and a good kid.

Most goalkeepers, no matter their experience at any level, are prone to a mistake and when they make one it is usually highlighted because theyre the last line and it normally results in a goal. A young keeper makes mistakes and learns from them.

In the last couple of weeks we have seen David de Gea at Manchester United, Jordan Pickford at Everton and Hugo Lloris at Tottenham all come under the spotlight for how they have let in shots at their front post.

It reminded me of a day I had as a coach many years ago with Bobby Robson, who got his England goalkeeper coach Mike Kelly to put on a session about defending crosses. Me being me, I was always questioning and debating about the rights and wrongs of what to do.

The big thing which is still relevant today is how a keeper works the back of the centre line, works the front of the mid-line and works his near post. When he comes to the front, its about the timing and angling of his body off the post and when he squares up. It all depends on the positioning of the opponent and their distance to the by-line.

Are they going to cut a cross back low inside the xi-yard box so a keeper needs to be able to get down low to gather? Or do you go square to the attacker when hes close? Those are the two big areas in a specific one-on-on situation to show maturity and confidence.

The very best and most experienced can make mistakes, not just young lads in a struggling and ever-changing second division side.

STOKEare back home this weekend and no one needs telling just how much they need to get a win.

Ive been looking at our league results since October and they dont make for clever reading. One win and one draw from the last seven home matches, scoring five and letting in nine; two wins and a draw from six away games, scoring seven and conceding 11.

Thats 11 points out of a possible 39 and an average September has been followed by a very poor October, average November and average December. Were waiting to judge January but it has started with two defeats, scoring once and letting in four.

It is at home where your main results come from if youre going to be successful or just a solid team. These results do not bode well and when you break them down like that I cant be the only person feeling very concerned.

How do we get out of it? Good form comes with consistency so we have to know who the number one player is in the number one position and number one system. I dont think players know that and were more than half-way through January.

There will be more comings and goings before deadline day but its largely this group that is going to need to pull us up the table. To give them the best chance, we have to stick with them and make sure they have a clear plan of what they need to do.

I CANT say that its been a fun few weeks on the mend from my Achilles injury but one sleepless night in hospital did lead to a chance conversation with a high-level tennis coach and master tutor, Nicholas Williams, who was also in my ward.

He is also a coach of padel tennis, a sport which apparently originated in Mexico and is a kind of cross between tennis and squash. Its played on a large squash court, 20m by 10m but with a tennis net in the middle. Players serve underarm and can hit shots rebounding off walls and glass.

Its Europes fastest growing sport, quickly gaining in popularity in the UK. In Sweden theyve gone up from 150 to 8,000 courts in the last eight years because its an indoor sport that they can enjoy through the winter.

It reminded me of when I had joined Stoke as an apprentice and we used to sneak out of our jobs and go up to the gym. We had a tennis court marked out in miniature size and played what was known as padder tennis with a wooden bat, like an oversized table tennis bat, and proper tennis ball.

I was pretty handy at tennis, playing for Congleton in the Cheshire League, and you can imagine Id be very competitive and liked winning! Perhaps I need to find a veterans padel league and call up some of the old boys to dust off their racquets. They might have a chance while Im only on one leg!

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