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Hughes: Sobhi is going to have a big impact at Stoke
Ramadan earned his first start for the club against Hull City in the EFL cup and managed to win the MOTM award despite the Tigers’s late victory.
‘‘We were pleased with his performance. He’s an obvious talent and comes with a huge reputation in Egypt,” Hughes said in a press conference ahead of West Bromwich Albion clash in the Premier League.
“He is improving week in, week out and he is going to have a big impact here. He enjoyed it the other night,” The Welshman continued.
“He is still going to have times where he will have to take a step back, watch and learn from the Premier League,” Hughes concluded.
The Potters are scheduled to host West Bromwich Albion on Saturday as they aim to get their first league win of the season.