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Sunday, November 20, 2011

EPL 2011/11/20

Arsene Wenger reiterated his commitment to Arsenal after Robin van Persie hit a brace in the win at Norwich for their fifth straight victory.

Aston Villa
American businessman Randy Lerner reiterated his commitment to Aston Villa and insisted he has no plans to sell the club in the near future.

Blackburn coach Steve Kean has hailed his side's fighting spirit after Dunn's dismissal and believes they deserved the point against Wigan.

Bolton manager Owen Coyle was unhappy with his side's second half display in the defeat to West Brom, which leaves them in the bottom three.

Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas has claimed he would still pay GBP50 million for Fernando Torres, despite the striker's form in front of goal.

Everton manager David Moyes admitted securing three points with a victory against Wolverhampton was far more important than the performance.

Fulham boss Martin Jol praised veteran goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer after he pulled off a stunning injury-time save to deny Sunderland victory.

Stewart Downing admits the expectations at Liverpool are higher than anywhere he has been before, but is confident that he can cope with them.

Manchester City
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has warned his players they will have to improve before facing Napoli, despite the win over Newcastle.

Manchester United
Veteran midfielder Ryan Giggs has admitted Manchester United were below-par against Swansea City, despite achieving a fifth consecutive win.

Newcastle United
Newcastle coach Alan Pardew admits he was frustrated at the end of their defeat to Manchester City, even though he was missing some players.

Norwich City
Norwich City head coach Paul Lambert has admitted that Arsenal deserved to win, but he was pleased to see his side compete the entire match.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers coach Neil Warnock was pleased with his side's battling spirit and thought that they were magnificient against Stoke City.

Stoke City
Stoke City coach Tony Pulis admitted it was another poor defensive display which had condemned his side to a defeat to QPR at the Britannia.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce was pleased with their display in the draw against Fulham but his side need to be more clinical in front of goal.

Swansea City
Swansea coach Brendan Rodgers took pride in his team's display against Manchester United despite slipping to a defeat at the Liberty Stadium.

Spurs manager Harry Redknapp has labelled FIFA president Sepp Blatter 'idiotic' and 'out of touch' with reality for his comments about racism.

West Brom
Coach Roy Hodgson hailed the performance of West Brom striker Shane Long after his headed winner in the victory over Bolton at the Hawthorns.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez insisted his side's small voice in the league is counting against them after a controversial draw with Blackburn.

Mick McCarthy felt Wolves deserved at least a point and questioned a 'soft' penalty decision by referee Jon Moss in their defeat to Everton.

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