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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

EPL 2011/11/23

Arsene Wenger welcomes back Abou Diaby back into his Arsenal squad for the first time this season for their clash against Borussia Dortmund.

Aston Villa
Chris Herd wants Aston Villa to bounce back from their hugely disappointing performance against Tottenham by winning at Swansea on Sunday.

It was reported that Blackburn are set to battle Auxerre for Rangers midfielder Maurice Edu, who is under contract until the summer of 2013.

Bolton Wanderer boss Owen Coyle has called upon his experienced players to up their game and show they are good enough to stay at the club.

It was reported that Barcelona's teenage midfielder Sergi Roberto is at the top of Chelsea's shopping list for the January transfer window.

Everton midfielder Tim Cahill admits the squad are prepared to 'win ugly' in order to get the points they need to move up the league table.

Chris Baird is happy to continue being Fulham's Mr Versatile - although he is not relishing the prospect of facing speed demon Theo Walcott.

Striker Alberto Gilardino is fully focused on doing well with Fiorentina despite talk linking him with a Liverpool move, insists his agent.

Manchester City
Edinson Cavani scored his fourth Champions League goal to condemned Man City to their second defeat in Group A following the match at Napoli.

Manchester United
Darren Fletcher scored his first Champions League goal as Man Utd registered their third draw in group C following the match against Benfica.

Newcastle United
Newcastle Utd goalkeeper Steve Harper has admitted he would jump at the chance of another loan deal, just hours after returning to Tyneside.

Norwich City
Norwich City defender Marc Tierney insists that being mentally fit as well as physically fit is important when playing in the Premier League.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock has revealed that they are looking to sign players from Asia to help develop the club 'as a brand'.

Stoke City
Stoke's Rory Delap has admitted he would have given the Potters 'a bit of a stick' if he had been a fan watching the last few home matches.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce believes keeper Keiren Westwood will 'take some shifting' following an impressive start to his Black Cats career.

Swansea City
Midfielder Joe Allen insists his Swansea City side can turn the Liberty Stadium into one of the most feared grounds in the Premier League.

Tottenham Hotspur coach Joe Jordan insists that finishing in the top four in the Premier League is a realistic goal for the club this season.

West Brom
Peter Odemwingie is facing one of the biggest battles of his career if he is to make it back into West Brom's starting XI, says Roy Hodgson.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan Athletic legend Arjan de Zeeuw has warned his old club to turn the ship around quickly - or risk being cut adrift before the New Year.

Mick McCarthy has assured all of his Wolves players that they will have the chance to earn a starting place heading into the festive fixtures.

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