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Tuesday, February 7, 2012


Wolves have confirmed Emmanuel Frimpong will miss the rest of the season after the Arsenal-owned player damaged his anterior cruciate ligament.

Aston Villa
Villa boss Alex McLeish has played down reports of a touchline row with Stephen Ireland, insisting he substituted the player because of injury.

Steve Kean wants Chris Samba's situation to be resolved as soon as possible, after admitting that Blackburn felt his absence against Arsenal.

Sam Ricketts admits the pressure is on, but is hoping returning injured victims and new signings will help drag Bolton out of the drop zone.

Keeper Petr Cech rued Chelsea's inability to hold onto their three-goal lead against Manchester United and refused to criticised the referee.

Everton defender Leighton Baines is delighted to be playing with Steven Pienaar again and thinks he is the best player he has ever worked with.

Fulham new boy Pavel Pogrebnyak, who is waiting for his work permit, insists he is not afraid of the challenge of adapting to the Premiership.

Liverpool players failed to score for the third time in five games to register their eighth home draw following the match against Tottenham.

Manchester City
Man City's Joe Hart is flattered to be mentioned as a possible candidate for the England captaincy, but is not expecting to step into the role.

Manchester United
Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly told his family that he wished to return to Manchester Utd after becoming disillusioned with life at Real Madrid.

Newcastle United
Newcastle have confirmed that striker Leon Best faces up to six weeks on the sidelines after suffering medial ligament damage against Villa.

Norwich City
Anthony Pilkington insists Norwich's only aim this season remains Premier League survival despite rising to ninth after their win over Bolton.

Queens Park Rangers
Lee Cook is poised to leave Queens Park Rangers once the loan window re-opens with League One outfit Leyton Orient his likely destination.

Stoke City
Stoke defender Jonathan Woodgate is confident that Robert Huth will have his red card rescinded and says he should never have been sent off.

Michael Turner believes that Sunderland's defensive performance against Stoke City was evidence of the strides taken forward by the back four.

Swansea City
Gylfi Sigurdsson is refusing to waste energy thinking about his future, but admits he would welcome the opportunity to remain with Swansea.

Tottenham failed to score only for the second time in the Premier League to register their third away draw following the match at Liverpool.

West Brom
West Brom's Paul Scharner has been warned he could face FA action if he shows off his Baggies T-shirt again in Sunday's derby with Wolves.

Wigan Athletic
Midfielder James McCarthy has urged Wigan Athletic to banish the fear from their squad which stopped them claiming a victory against Everton.

Wolves have confirmed Emmanuel Frimpong will miss the rest of the season after the on-loan midfielder damaged his anterior cruciate ligament.

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