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Saturday, February 4, 2012


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger wants to go unbeaten for the rest of the season in order to finish in the top four and please disgruntled fans.

Aston Villa
Manager Alex McLeish has demanded an end to Aston Villa's Jekyll and Hyde performances after calling for 90 minutes of quality every game.

New West Brom signing Keith Andrews has spoken about his dissatisfaction with the way Blackburn Rovers has been run since it was taken over.

Bolton manager Owen Coyle feels the club have made sound use of the funds that came from Gary Cahill's sale by investing in future talents.

Chelsea coach Andre Villas-Boas has sent out a warning to all top Premier League managers that their jobs are under threat from Jose Mourinho.

Everton boss David Moyes hopes the win over Man City have given everyone associated with the club a lift that will lead to a successful season.

Fulham manager Martin Jol is pleased to still have Andrew Johnson on board and believes he is close to signing a new deal at Craven Cottage.

England and Liverpool winger Stewart Downing will not face charges after he was arrested last month on suspicion of assault, police have said.

Manchester City
Man City's loan signing David Pizarro has revealed he turned down an offer from Serie A leaders Juventus to play under Roberto Mancini again.

Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak will be leaving the club when his contract ends in the summer.

Newcastle United
Newcastle United coach Alan Pardew admits everybody at the club are excited to see what new signing Papiss Demba Cisse can do in his debut.

Norwich City
Norwich head coach Paul Lambert expects his side to bounce straight back against Bolton after their midweek defeat left 'everybody hurting'.

Queens Park Rangers
Mark Hughes has backed his new GBP10 million strikeforce of Bobby Zamora and Djibril Cisse to fire QPR into the top half of the Premier League.

Stoke City
Stoke manager Tony Pulis feels Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill would be a 'fantastic choice' to succeed Fabio Capello as England head coach.

Sunderland coach Martin O'Neill has revealed that Wes Brown did not sustained a season-ending injury, but he will still be out for a long time.

Swansea City
Brendan Rodgers is frustrated at missing out on Ryan Bennett in January and has spoken of his desire to avoid striking too many loan deals.

Striker Louis Saha is convinced it will not take him long to start banging in the goals for Tottenham after arriving on transfer deadline day.

West Brom
New West Brom signing Keith Andrews has spoken about his dissatisfaction with the way Blackburn Rovers has been run since it was taken over.

Wigan Athletic
Manager Roberto Martinez feels struggling Wigan's position may prove beneficial in the long run because their predicament is all too clear.

Manager Mick McCarthy insists he and Wolverhampton owner Steve Morgan have come to an understanding after his dressing-room dressing-down.

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