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Sunday, November 27, 2011

EPL 2011/11/27

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says although he is disappointed not to claim all 3 points against Fulham, he is pleased with his team's reaction.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish is set to make changes as he looks for a 'big response' from his side when they make the trip to Swansea.

Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean declared his determination to win over his critics following another defeat at the hands of Stoke City.

Bolton manager Owen Coyle was disappointed by the defeat at the hands of Everton and laments their bad luck as David Wheater gets sent off.

Andre Villas-Boas declared that his team can still win the Premier League after ending a period of 'chaos' with a home victory over Wolves.

Everton boss David Moyes hopes his team are starting to gather some momentum after recording back-to-back wins following the trip to Bolton.

Fulham coach Martin Jol admitted he was satisfied with his team's performance and result , after picking up a point from the trip to Arsenal.

Stewart Downing says Liverpool do not fear Manchester City and that their confidence are sky-rocketing following the victpry away to Chelsea.

Manchester City
Beppe Marotta insists Juventus are not interested in Carlos Tevez and they have not made contact with the Manchester City player or his agent.

Manchester United
Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson is hoping the dubious penalty decision in the draw with Newcastle will not cost his side the title.

Newcastle United
Alan Pardew believes Newcastle fully deserved the draw at Manchester United, praising his players for their positive outlook at Old Trafford.

Norwich City
After the win over QPR, Norwich boss Paul Lambert praised goal hero Grant Holt for never letting his head drop, despite sitting on the bench.

Queens Park Rangers
Neil Warnock has his out at the Premier League for refusing to allow QPR to make an emergency keeper signing, following the defeat to Norwich.

Stoke City
Stoke City coach Tony Pulis is delighted to be back to winning ways, but insists he was not overly concerned during Potters' recent wobble.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce insisted he will never walk away from his post despite the home fans turning on him during the defeat by Wigan.

Swansea City
Striker Luke Moore is frustrated at a lack of first-team football at Swansea City this season, but is determined to secure a starting role.

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp felt his side should have beaten West Brom with a bigger goal margin following their dominating performance.

West Brom
West Brom coach Roy Hodgson believes their late defeat to Tottenham was harsh and that his team were good enough to have deserved a point.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez praises the character of his players following tge hard-fought win over Sunderland, Latics' first since August.

Wolves manager Mick McCarthy describes the early goal his side conceded as 'professional suicide' following the defeat at Stamford Bridge.

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