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Friday, November 11, 2011

EPL 2011/11/11

FC Dallas star Brek Shea is training with Arsenal to get a taste of life with a the top level European club and could play with the reserves.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa assistant manager Peter Grant has poured cold water on reports linking star winger Charles N'Zogbia with a switch to Sunderland.

Blackburn Rovers coach Steve Kean has reportedly been handed a new and improved contract, despite their lowly position in the Premier League.

Bolton captain Kevin Davies accepts talks over a new contract may have to wait until the club have strengthened their Premier League position.

Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has admitted he has found it harder to settle at Stamford Bridge than when he first left Spain for Liverpool.

Everton manager David Moyes is looking forward to the return of midfielder Marouane Fellaini, who he hopes will help them get back on track.

Fulham defender Zdenek Grygera has been ruled out for approximately six months due to a knee injury sustained against Tottenham on Sunday.

Kenny Dalglish has threatened to field a youth team in Liverpool's Carling Cup quarter-final at Chelsea in protest at disgraceful scheduling.

Manchester City
Man City striker Carlos Tevez claims he tried to contact boss Roberto Mancini before and after he took the decision to head back to Argentina.

Manchester United
Manchester United chief executive David Gill insists coach Sir Alex Ferguson's replacement will have to adhere to the principles of the club.

Newcastle United
Newcastle director Derek Llambias believes the club could generate up to GBP10 million a year by selling the naming rights to St James' Park.

Norwich City
Wales striker Steve Morison says Norwich cannot afford to rest on their laurels despite an encouraging start to the Premier League season.

Queens Park Rangers
Striker Patrick Agyemang is back with Queens Park Rangers following the conclusion of his one-month loan stay with Championship side Millwall.

Stoke City
Goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen reveals that he has been offered a new contract by Stoke but wants regular action in the build-up to the Euro 2012.

Aston Villa assistant manager Peter Grant has poured cold water on reports linking star winger Charles N'Zogbia with a switch to Sunderland.

Swansea City
Swansea City's veteran midfielder Mark Gower is hopeful he will be able to put pen-to-paper on a new deal at the Liberty Stadium this weekend.

Giovani Dos Santos has underlined his intention to leave Tottenham in January after failing to make an impact at the club since his arrival.

West Brom
Portsmouth have confirmed the appointment of Michael Appleton as the club's new head coach after agreeing a compensation deal with West Brom.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan Athletic chief executive Jonathan Jackson insists they are doing all they can to ensure that they retain the services of Hugo Rodallega.

Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has revealed he is adapting his game so he can be just as potent in the Premier League as he was in the Championship.

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