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Monday, November 21, 2011

EPL 2011/11/21

Manager Arsene Wenger hailed Robin van Persie as an 'exceptional' talent and wants the striker to stay at Arsenal for the rest of his career.

Aston Villa
Richard Dunne is determined the success he has enjoyed with the Republic of Ireland will continue for Aston Villa during a testing period.

Liverpool are reportedly heading the queue to sign Blackburn centre-back Christopher Samba, who is believed to be still keen on a move away.

Veteran Aston Villa defender Habib Beye is expected to end his spell in the wilderness by moving to Doncaster Rovers on a season long loan.

Andre Villas-Boas admitted Chelsea's Stamford Bridge defeat at the hands of Liverpool was a major blow to their Premier League title hopes.

Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has promised manager David Moyes he will have money to spend on new players in the January transfer window.

Fulham have been linked with a move for Newcastle United right-back Danny Simpson, whose current contract is set to expire in 18 months time.

Liverpool coach Kenny Dalglish was pleased with the way his side played, their attitude and commitment following the win at Stamford Bridge.

Manchester City
Tottenham assistant-coach Kevin Bond has hinted Spurs will attempt to keep Emmanuel Adebayor if he continues to deliver at White Hart Lane.

Manchester United
Valencia have no plans to offer to offer Adil Rami an improved contract, even after the French defender was linked with Manchester United.

Newcastle United
Coach Alan Pardew insists that any club wanting Newcastle United's top players in the January transfer window would have to break the bank.

Norwich City
Andrew Crofts wants Norwich to take heart from the fact they were in with a sniff of earning a draw with in-form Arsenal right up to the end.

Queens Park Rangers
Neil Warnock feels QPR need to look at Stoke's blueprint to continue their remarkable journey and establish themselves in the Premier League.

Stoke City
Veteran defender Danny Collins is not expecting to play for Stoke again, but is unsure about whether he will join Ipswich Town permanently.

Sunderland defender Michael Turner believes Fulham provided his side with a timely reminder that there are no easy games in the Premiership.

Swansea City
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas was surprised that Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers publicly expressed an interest in signing Josh McEachran.

Tottenham assistant-coach Kevin Bond has hinted Spurs will attempt to keep Emmanuel Adebayor if he continues to deliver at White Hart Lane.

West Brom
Zoltan Gera has admitted it was emotional to make his first appearance at The Hawthorns since rejoining West Bromwich Albion in the summer.

Wigan Athletic
Dave Whelan has revealed that this could be his last season in control of Wigan as he considers handing over the reins to his grandson David.

Manager Sean Dyche was delighted after Watford have extended Wolves winger Michael Kightly's loan deal at Vicarage Road until early January.

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