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Saturday, October 22, 2011


Arsene Wenger would prefer Arsenal players not to participate in the Olympics after describing the event as 'not a real football tournament'.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish hopes striker Gabriel Agbonlahor's goalscoring knack on derby days continues when they clash against West Brom.

Steve Kean insists he is concentrating on kick-starting Blackburn's season this weekend despite the backdrop of another fans protest looming.

Bolton boss Owen Coyle has challenged his side to turn the Reebok into a fortress once more, after losing just four home games last season.

Chelsea coach Andres Villas-Boas is impressed with Napoli winger Christian Maggio and could reportedly make a GBP17 million bid in the summer.

David Moyes has insisted he would love Everton to qualify for European competition, while he has played down talk of a move for George John.

Martin Jol would back retrospective action for simulation after seeing Fulham's Moussa Dembele controversially sent off in Poland on Thursday.

Kenny Dalglish has admitted he does not yet know what Jordan Henderson's best position is, but he is sure Liverpool is the right club for him.

Manchester City
Manchester City have won the race for Norwegian starlet Bersant Celina, who has agreed to a 3-year deal and will join them in the New Year.

Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson believes Manchester Utd's record in the second half of seasons means they can afford to lose to Manchester City on Sunday.

Newcastle United
Head coach Alan Pardew has confessed he does not know how good his Newcastle United team are despite currently sitting fourth in the league.

Norwich City
Norwich manager Paul Lambert insists his side will show no fear in their trip to Liverpool, just as they did at Chelsea and Manchester United.

Queens Park Rangers
Defender Sebastien Bassong would be open to the possibility of a January move to QPR after stating that he was unfairly left out at Tottenham.

Stoke City
Striker Kenwyne Jones was delighted to be back in goalscoring form for Stoke against Maccabi Haifa after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Steve Bruce has reminded fans that Sunderland are a win away from mid-table - and he sees the Bolton game as a great opportunity to get it.

Swansea City
Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers is confident going into Saturday's game at Wolves but sure Mick McCarthy will soon drag his side out of trouble.

Defender Sebastien Bassong would be open to the possibility of a January move to QPR after stating that he was unfairly left out at Tottenham.

West Brom
West Brom midfielder Graham Dorrans is a fitness doubt for the clash at Aston Villa, after tweaking his knee while playing with the reserves.

Wigan Athletic
Roberto Martinez believes Wigan have made it part of their DNA to defy the odds and he has urged the players to rediscover that mentality.

Mick McCarthy has asked Wolves fans to hold off booing until the final whistle as he prepares for Saturday's Premier League visit of Swansea.

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