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Sunday, January 8, 2012


Thierry Henry believes Arsenal will see a different player when he makes a return to action for the Gunners in Monday's FA Cup tie with Leeds.

Aston Villa
Alex McLeishwas satisfied with the way Aston Villa managed the game after his team beat Bristol Rovers to advance to the FA Cup fourth round.

Blackburn coach Steve Kean believes his side deserved more from their FA Cup defeat to Newcastle, after a good performance in the first half.

Bolton head coach Owen Coyle admits Macclesfield deserve an FA Cup third-round replay, but believes his side could have easily won the game.

Chelsea are reportedly set to sign Kenneth Omeruo from Standard Liege this month before loaning him out to ADO Den Haag with immediate effect.

Everton coach David Moyes had praise for FA Cup minnows Tamworth after his side were made to fight for their third round win at Goodison Park.

Fulham manager Martin Jol labelled the FA Cup the best competition in the world after watching his side dispatch of Charlton in the third round.

Liverpool and the Merseyside police are investigating alleged racist abuse of Oldham player Tom Adeyemi, who was reduced to tears at Anfield.

Manchester City
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani confirmed that Carlos Tevez has accepted their proposal and now they are waiting for Manchester City.

Manchester United
Reports claim Paul Scholes is prepared to come out of retirement until the end of the current season to ease Manchester United's injury crisis.

Newcastle United
Newcastle United coach Alan Pardew says their FA Cup victory over Blackburn shows that his side can cope without some of their biggest names.

Norwich City
Boss Paul Lambert was delighted to see his Norwich side dominated Burnley on Saturday and book their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers boss Neil Warnock believes that his side's late FA Cup reprieve against MK Dons could be the turning point in their season.

Stoke City
Tony Pulis was thrilled to see Stoke escape an FA Cup shock at his former club Gillingham after the Potters hit back from a goal down to win.

Coach Martin O'Neill says he has no intention to sell players despite reports Stephane Sessegnon and Kieran Richardson could be on their way.

Swansea City
Coach Colin Pascoe was full of praise for Barnsley after Swansea secured a place in the FA Cup fourth round with a hard-fought win at Oakwell.

Harry Redknapp still expects Giovani Dos Santos to leave Tottenham this month despite seeing the striker score in the victory over Cheltenham.

West Brom
Roy Hodgson saw Simon Cox bag a hat-trick to see West Brom past Cardiff and he insists the striker is going nowhere, regardless of what he says.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan Athletic coach Roberto Martinez has praised Swindon for their reaction and the fighting spirit they showed in the FA Cup win over Latics.

West Midlands rivals Wolves and Birmingham face an FA Cup third-round replay at Molineux next week after a tepid goalless draw at St Andrew's.

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