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Sunday, December 18, 2011


Arsene Wenger has not yet investigated the idea of re-signing Thierry Henry but says he is still good enough to play in the Premier League.

Aston Villa
Keeper Brad Guzan is thinking more about helping Aston Villa than earning a new deal as he looks forward to making his first start at home.

Blackburn Rovers boss Steve Kean says he is under no illusions about the safety of his job, following the defeat to West Brom at Ewood Park.

Bolton manager Owen Coyle has taken full responsibility for his side's lowly position in the Premier League, following the defeat to Fulham.

Chelsea coach Andres Villas-Boas admitted Wigan deserved their point after fighting hard and creating chances during the match at DW Stadium.

Coach David Moyes felt Everton should have won, having dominated for long periods, but was thankful to draw after two consecutive defeats.

Fulham boss Martin Jol was pleased with his team's overall performance in the win over Bolton, especially after their European disappointment.

Liverpool are monitoring Kevin Strootman and Georginio Wijnaldum and are reportedly willing to pay GBP22 million for the PSV Eindhoven duo.

Manchester City
Manchester City star striker Sergio Aguero has revealed that he intends to go back to Argentine outfit Independiente, but not until he is 29.

Manchester United
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson insists there is no need for the club to do panic-buying following their growing injury problems.

Newcastle United
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew refused to be downhearted after seeing his side held to a draw by Swansea, despite dominating the first half.

Norwich City
Norwich coach Paul Lambert may have missed Everton's equaliser in the draw at Goodison Park but he was more than happy to leave with a point.

Queens Park Rangers
QPR manager Neil Warnock admits he could only dream of facing Manchester United when he took the helm at Loftus Road less than two years ago.

Stoke City
Stoke boss Tony Pulis admitted Jonathan Woodgate was fortunate not to be sent off after his side registered a fourth straight win at Wolves.

Martin O'Neill insists he is keeping Lee Cattermole as Sunderland skipper while striker Nicklas Bendtner has appologised for their arrest.

Swansea City
Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers was delighted following the draw with Newcastle, especially with their eighth clean sheet in 16 games.

Rafael van der Vaart hopes coach Harry Redknapp will stay at Tottenham but admits he is the perfect candidate to take over as England manager.

West Brom
Coach Roy Hodgson is hoping that his West Brom side's victory over Blackburn would not cost his counterpart Steve Kean his job at Ewood Park.

Wigan Athletic
Roberto Martinez was delighted with Wigan's perfect display in the draw with Chelsea and said his team are beginning to understand each other.

Wolves coach Mick McCarthy believes his team were excellent against Stoke and the free-kick awarded against Roger Johnson changed the game.

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