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Sunday, January 1, 2012


Coach Arsene Wenger is set to go transfer window shopping after picking up more defensive injury problems in the win over Queens Park Rangers.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa coach Alex McLeish hailed Villa's attitude and composure as they recorded a sensational victory against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Steve Kean has called on his young players to use Blackburn's victory over Manchester Utd at Old Trafford as a springboard for future success.

Owen Coyle believes Bolton were unfortunate not to pick up three points against Wolves and admits he will look to bolster his ranks in January.

Andre Villas-Boas felt his side paid a high price for failing to make the most of their chances, following the home defeat against Aston Villa.

Phil Jagielka is happy at Everton and has no plans to push for a move, but he is hoping David Moyes will be allowed to sign players in January.

Martin Jol was happy with the performances of Kerim Frei and Orlando Sa in the draw at Norwich and confirmed he wants new signings in January.

Glen Johnson insists the return of captain Steven Gerrard will re-ignite Liverpool's season and the win over Newcastle could be a turning turn.

Manchester City
Manchester City coach Roberto Mancini has less than 18 months to run on his current deal but claims he is in no hurry to discuss a new one.

Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson admitted that Manchester United paid the price for 'terrible' defending and branded their defeat by Blackburn a 'disaster'.

Newcastle United
Newcaslte midfielder Cheik Tiote fears the league clash against Manchester Utd will be his last before he leaves for the African Cup of Nations.

Norwich City
Norwich head coach Paul Lambert was keen to praise the collective effort of his team and goal hero Simeon Jackson in the draw against Fulham.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock was pleased with the way his team played against Arsenal, but rued the terrible goal they conceded.

Stoke City
Stoke City manager Tony Pulis claims his side were denied three points by 'a soft penalty' following an entertaining draw with Wigan Athletic.

Coach Martin O'Neill has warned Sunderland that they are very much still in a relegation fight despite their impressive start under his regime.

Swansea City
Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers felt his side could have easily taken all three points against Tottenham, as they were absolutely outstanding.

Spurs boss Harry Redknapp was full of praise for Swansea claiming that many teams will be please to return from Liberty Stadium with a point.

West Brom
Coach Roy Hodgson says there is a chance he could soon sit down and thrash out a new deal with West Brom, with the club prepared to talk terms.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan Athletic manager Roberto Martinez was pleased after his side showed all the 'ingredients' of a good team to register a draw at Stoke.

Mick McCarthy felt Wolves were 'hopeless' and 'awful' during the first half at Bolton, but was pleased with their response to claim a draw.

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