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Sunday, December 4, 2011


Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger hailed an all-round display from his side after they demolished Wigan to climb to 5th in the Premier League table.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish is crossing his fingers Shay Given only suffered a grade one hamstring tear in the defeat to Manchester United.

Blackburn boss Steve Kean found it 'hard to fathom' the protests which marred Ayegbeni Yakubu's four-goal solo show in the win over Swansea.

Bolton boss Owen Coyle blasted referee Stuart Attwell following his controversial decision to send off Gary Cahill in the defeat to Tottenham.

Chelsea boss Andre-Villas Boas has warned league leaders Manchester City that his side are gunning for them, following the win over Newcastle.

Manager David Moyes is hoping Everton can take advantage of Stoke's post-Europe blues on Sunday but he admits he envies Tony Pulis' Potters.

Fulham are reportedly leading the chase for Spain's all-time leading scorer Raul, whose contract at Schalke is up at the end of the season.

Kenny Dalglish's man-management skills are being been tested to the limit at Liverpool - and he admits it is the hardest aspect of his job.

Manchester City
After pounding Norwich, David Platt claims the number of goals Man City are scoring this season is 'irrelevant' compared to winning games.

Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson believes Javier Hernandez could be out of action for a month after damaging ankle ligaments in the win over Aston Villa.

Newcastle United
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew was at a loss to explain referee Mike Dean's decision not to send off David Luiz in his side's defeat to Chelsea.

Norwich City
Boss Paul Lambert conceded Norwich were a distinct second best against Man City but at least felt his players gave a spirited performance.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock was disappointed to draw against West Brom, but praised his players for their brilliant performance.

Stoke City
Stoke boss Tony Pulis has urged the fans not to get impatient and to put into perspective of their achievements in such a short space of time.

Sunderland have confirmed the appointment of Martin O'Neill as their new head coach on a three-year deal and he will begin his job on Monday.

Swansea City
Boss Brendan Rodgers admitted defensive errors had cost Swansea dear against Blackburn but hailed their effort in coming back into the game.

Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp was full of praised for Gareth Bale's display against Bolton, claiming the winger as a complete footballer.

West Brom
West Brom manager Roy Hodgson was relieved to bring home a point from the match against QPR, who have done well at Loftus Road this season.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan Athletic boss Roberto Martinez believes the way his side conceded the two quick goals to Arsenal affected the rest of their performance.

Coach Mick McCarthy admits he is fortunate to have such understanding bosses at Wolverhampton after the sacking of Steve Bruce by Sunderland.

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