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Tuesday, December 6, 2011


Mikel Arteta believes Arsenal's players have to share responsibility for scoring goals and their revival has been very much a team effort.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given will be sidelined for a month after suffering a hamstring injury against Manchester United last Saturday.

Blackburn boss Steve Kean has revealed he is targeting a new midfielder and striker in January and believes they can secure a top-10 finish.

Owen Coyle has a 'fantastic relationship' with the Bolton board after chairman Phil Gartside said there was no need for a vote of confidence.

Chelsea are reportedly ready to offload several players when the market re-opens in January, with Saloman Kalou being linked to Marseille.

Coach David Moyes says he would willingly bring more creativity into his Everton squad in the transfer window if he had the means to do so.

Clint Dempsey scored his fourth Premier League goal as Fulham registered their second home victory following the fixture against Liverpool.

Clint Dempsey scored his fourth Premier League goal to condemned Liverpool to their third away defeat following the fixture against Fulham.

Manchester City
Carlos Tevez's agent said there are still issues to be solved, but claimed the the Manchester City striker has set his heart AC Milan move.

Manchester United
Phil Jones insists he is content with being used as a versatile member of the Man Utd team but hopes to hold a place as his career progresses.

Newcastle United
Newcastle defender Steven Taylor is devastated at suffering a potentially season-ending injury and is not putting a timescale on his recovery.

Norwich City
A tribunal has ruled Manchester City need only pay Norwich GBP250,000 for teenage goalkeeper Angus Gunn, the son of Canaries legend Bryan.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers head coach Neil Warnock has hinted he will not sign a striker in the January market as he needs to strengthen elsewhere.

Stoke City
Tony Pulis played down concerns over Thomas Sorensen's head injury after the goalkeeper was stretchered off in Stoke's victory over Everton.

Wes Brown expects Martin O'Neill to make an instant impact at Sunderland - but needs to make his first job improving the team's confidence.

Swansea City
It was reported that Swansea are one of three clubs to have bid for Cliftonville hot-shot Rory Donnelly, who has scored 14 goals this season.

Coach Harry Redknapp admits Rafael van der Vaart was disappointed not to start against Bolton, but he is determined to protect the playmaker.

West Brom
West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster has insisted he has no plans to return to the England set-up and remains happy with his decision to step down.

Wigan Athletic
Roberto Martinez insists he still 'firmly' believes Wigan can improve dramatically in the rest of the Premier League season - and stay up.

Right-back Stephen Ward believes that Mick McCarthy is the right man to lead Wolves and insists that he has the backing of all the players.

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