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Monday, October 17, 2011


Boss Arsene Wenger described Arsenal skipper Robin van Persie as a special player after his brilliant brace sank Sunderland at The Emirates.

Aston Villa
Villa owner Randy Lerner has won a GBP25 million legal case against his former investment company, after they refused to return his money.

Former Barcelona striker Ruben Rochina insists he does not regret his move to Blackburn despite admitting he misses the weather back in Spain.

Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle has urged his players to continue to progress up the table following their away victory over Wigan Athletic.

Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has suggested that striker Fernando Torres will be involved in their Champions League clash against Genk.

Everton are said to be amongst a host of Premiership clubs including QPR and Fulham to be intrested in young Barnsley star Jacob Butterfield.

Fulham boss Martin Jol is looking to strengthen his defence in January and his latest target is believed to be Mikael Lustig of Rosenborg.

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is 'upset' by the allegation he racially abused Manchester United defender Patrice Evra at Anfield on Saturday.

Manchester City
Captain Robin van Persie has reiterated his commitment to Arsenal amid reports he is set to leave the Emirates Stadium for Manchester City.

Manchester United
Manchester Utd central defender Phil Jones admits he was not expecting to be played in midfield during the draw with bitter rivals Liverpool.

Newcastle United
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew hailed the character of his side after they battled back for a draw against Tottenham at St James' Park.

Norwich City
Norwich forward Anthony Pilkington admits he was glad to banish the memory of his Old Trafford nightmare by scoring a brace against Swansea.

Queens Park Rangers
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has assured Neil Warnock he will be given funds to further strengthen his squad in the January transfer window.

Stoke City
Stoke City striker Peter Crouch insists that he is prepared to be overlooked by coach Fabio Capello for the Three Lions' Euro 2012 campaign.

Black Cats manager Steve Bruce remains confident he can turn things around at Sunderland, despite mounting pressure after defeat to Arsenal.

Swansea City
Coach Brendan Rodgers says this year is a big learning curve for Swansea in terms of how to attack and defend and the level of the opponent.

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp admits he was disappointed his side could not hang on for a win as they conceded a late goal against Newcastle.

West Brom
West Brom boss Roy Hodgson believed his side were good value for the win over Wolves and hope they will now continue their climb up the table.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan head coach Roberto Martinez believes the return of several injured players will help his side bounce back from their defeat to Bolton.

Mick McCarthy believes Wolves matched West Brom in everything except for putting the ball in the net, following the defeat at the Hawthorns.

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