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Sean has worked with players from Stoke City Football Club in the past, helping them to overcome phobias such as fear of flying.
Stoke City Football Club had no such concerns and published the pictures.
Staffordshire Ambulance Trust chief executive Roger Thayne said: 'The trust will be seeking urgent talks with both Staffordshire police and the management of Stoke City Football Club.
Their father Peter, chairman of Stoke City football club, owned a small chain of betting shops, which were mortgaged when his daughter came up with the online plan.
Ex-trainee footballer George Blackstock, now 45, had claimed he was twice given a punishment involving Deep Heat as a teenager by goalkeeper Peter Fox, now 58, after gaining a place at Stoke City Football Club at the age of 16.
Miner's son Peter owns Stoke City Football Club and John is Denise's right-hand man.
That run was finally broken by Stoke City football club in 2002 - but only after a feng shui expert had carried out a blessing.
That run was broken by Stoke City football club in 2002 - but only after a feng shui expert had carried out a blessing.
A spokeswoman from Ticketmaster, said: "We took our allocation of tickets off sale yesterday, and now Stoke City fans can only buy tickets for Sunday's game from Stoke City Football Club."
They come because to be A spokesman said: "Stoke City Football Club is aware of historical allegations which have been made against former players of the club relating to the 1980s.
Founded in 2003, Hendon-based Phoenixabc Ltd has grown steadily to now count the likes of pub giant Wetherspoon, North East chain Tavistock Leisure, Stoke City Football Club, breweries Greene King and Everards, and even RAF bases, among its customers.
Andrew Hall, Stoke City Football Club's under-18 player of the season, admitted killing Megan Peat, 15, in a jealous rage.