STOKE CITY is offering their fans – and many older Premier League supporters – a memorable tour of their attack this season.
The Potters are currently in the group chasing the Championship playoffs with their promotion hopes lying in some well-known names.
All three have a father – and in one case a grandfather – who won top flight titles.
And there’s more than just a bit of nostalgia when it comes to rounds when TWO of the trio were on the scoreboard earlier this month in StokeThe FA Cup win over Leyton Orient and the other featured his senior debut.
But can you guess who they are?
Below SunSport considers the attacking trio that Michael O’Neill owns at Bet365 Stadium.
And we also dived into the family trees – proving that playing football is definitely in the blood of each of them.
Here they are…
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The striker was born on December 28, 1999 and had the perfect man to teach him the art of scoring from the day he was a toddler.
His father, Kevin, enjoyed an epic career scoring for Arsenal, Everton, Nottingham Forest and West Bromwich Albion before retiring in 2007 after a brief spell with Cardiff City.
After winning the First Division with the Gunners in 1991, the 51-year-old soon added FA Cup and Uefa Cup Winners’ Cup medals to his collection.
Now it’s his guy, 22 years old, who is bringing him so much joy.
After starting his career at Manchester City’s academy, Tyrese joined Stoke in 2018.
He had a loan spell at Shrewsbury as a teenager, but now he’s back and is a regular in O’Neill’s game-day squad.
The star has scored 17 goals in 69 league games for the Potters – including three in all competitions this term.
The most famous of the trio, the winger has had plenty of top-flight experience during his highly moving career.
After failing to establish himself at Liverpool, one of his ex-fathers was an England international Paul Inceold clubs, he signed for Blackpool.
His form there caught the attention of several clubs but it was Hull City that he joined after his loan spell at Crystal Palace.
A loan at Nottingham Forest was followed by a loan at Derby, eventually leading to a permanent switch, for two years before spending an extended season at Huddersfield.
Tom, 29, joined Stoke in 2018, and although he had another loan spell at Luton, he has made 94 appearances and 12 league goals for them since.
From an early age, he knew he had to wear big boots – especially with his father nicknamed The Guv’nor.
Senior Ince rose to stardom at West Ham in the 1980s before going on to win the Premier League and FA Cup twice at Manchester United.
He played for Inter Milan, Liverpool, Middlesbrough, Wolves and Swindon before becoming player-manager at Macclesfield and saving them from relegation.
Ince, now 54, has also managed MK Dons, Blackburn Rovers and Notts County as well as Blackpool.
The 20-year-old made his debut in the FA Cup win over Leyton Orient.
That was followed by a one-man performance in his first game of the Championship in a win over Hull City last week.
And the young man, son of former Chelsea, Man City and England international Shaun Wright-Phillipsneeded just 90 seconds to make an impact last weekend against Fulham with his first goal.
But it’s not just his father he can turn to for advice – his grandfather is none other than Arsenal legend, Ian Wright.
And Proud Wrighty couldn’t hide his delight as he shared his reaction to D’Margio’s strike against Cottagers on Twitter.
Now, he hopes to carry on and enjoy as much success as his father, who won the Premier League at Stamford Bridge in 2006.
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