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Monday, December 19, 2011


Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes his team were a little bit unlucky against Manchester City and that Joe Hart did well to deny the Gunners.

Aston Villa
Alex McLeish admitted Aston Villa missed the strike combination of the Gabriel Agbonlahor and Darren Bent following the defeat to Liverpool.

Blackburn coach Steve Kean acknowleged their clash against Bolton has become absolutely massive now, following the weekend defeat to Fulham.

Bolton boss Owen Coyle has underlined that his side created a number of chances against Fulham but low confidence is hampering their attempts.

Chelsea are said to be seriously considering a bid for Olympique Lyon defender Aly Cissokho, who is also a target for Liverpool and Newcastle.

Midfielder Royston Drenthe has played down rumours that his lack of recent first-team appearances was down to a bust-up with boss David Moyes.

Fulham goalkeeper David Stockdale hailed Saturday's 2-0 home win over Bolton as the 'perfect response' to the club's untimely European exit.

Kenny Dalglish praised the display of Luis Suarez, who put his off the field issues behind him to inspire Liverpool to a win at Aston Villa.

Manchester City
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini praised the response of his players after they edged out in-form Arsenal to get back to winning ways.

Manchester United
Manager Sir Alex Ferguson has accused his Manchester United side of wastefulness and should have score a lot more in their victory over QPR.

Newcastle United
Liverpool are ready to compete with Manchester United and Chelsea for the signature of Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote in the winter market.

Norwich City
Norwich defender Marc Tierney believes the Canaries are doing everything expected of them and is not worried about their lack of clean sheets.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers coach Neil Warnock were not to disappointed about their defeat to Man Utd and also hailed Wayne Rooney's all-round impact.

Stoke City
Peter Crouch hopes to help Stoke City carry on their fine form against Manchester City and to score his 100th league goal as soon as possible.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill was happy with his team's efforts in his second game in charge, despite the negative result against Tottenham.

Swansea City
Swansea City coach Brendan Rodgers believes their eighth cleans sheet - the best in the league - shows that his side are not soft touches.

Coach Harry Redknapp does not want Roman Pavlyuchenko to leave in January after watching the Russian fire Spurs to victory over Sunderland.

West Brom
Paul Scharner has urged West Brom to forget any relegation fears and start looking up the Premiership table following the win over Blackburn.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan Athletic head coach Roberto Martinez believes his team's never-give-up attitute made the difference during the draw against Chelsea.

Boss Mick McCarthy wants Wolves to replicate their first half display against Stoke when they face Norwich in a crucial home game on Tuesday.

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