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Wednesday, February 8, 2012


Theo Walcott believes Arsenal players owed Arsene Wenger good results as their boss has been taking a lot of stick for their poor performances.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa coach Alex McLeish has announced that Chris Herd is close to full fitness after a two month lay-off with ankle ligament damage.

The Indian national football team have announced they have scrapped their planned visit to Blackburn due to the current difficulties at Rovers.

Bolton midfielder Ricardo Gardner may have a future at the Reebok Stadium even though he has been ruled out for the remainder of the season.

Andre Villas-Boas remains under close examination from Roman Abramovich after the Chelsea owner again spent time at his club's training ground.

American star Landon Donovan says Everton can compete with any team in the Premier League - and hopes to prove it on Saturday against Chelsea.

Fulham forward Moussa Dembele admits he is looking for his squad to make progress in the Premier League after a difficult game on Saturday.

FA's Gordon Taylor wants a line to be drawn under the race row involving Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra by the duo shaking hands this weekend.

Manchester City
Manchester City keeper Joe Hart believes that his side must focus on their own game rather than thinking about their rivals Manchester United.

Manchester United
Manchester United head coach Sir Alex Ferguson has called for the authorities to crack down hard on any new incident of racism in football.

Newcastle United
Striker Demba Ba has revealed he found rumours that he could leave Newcastle United in January 'funny' after insisting he is happy at the club.

Norwich City
Norwich City and West Ham are reportedly trailing Reading's teenage sensation Michael Hector, who has been dubbed the 'new Chris Smalling'.

Queens Park Rangers
QPR chief executive Phillip Beard insists relegation from the top flight would not prevent the club pressing ahead with their long-term plans.

Stoke City
Robert Huth has lost his appeal against his red card against Sunderland, meaning the Stoke defender must now serve a three-match suspension.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill has launched a stout defence of David Meyler after he was accused of play-acting to get Robert Huth sent off.

Swansea City
Swansea City have confirmed Ferrie Bodde is to undergo a knee operation amid fears the midfielder may be forced to call time on his career.

Scott Parker believes Tottenham's defensive performance against Liverpool at Anfield has proved that they are more than just an attacking team.

West Brom
Shane Long should return this weekend and West Brom manager Roy Hodgson hopes he will forge a successful partnership with Peter Odemwingie.

Wigan Athletic
Emmerson Boyce admits he would rather Wigan be playing badly and winning than the reverse but remains confident they can escape relegation.

Captain Roger Johnson believes the next five games will determined whether Wolves will be able to avoid relegation from the Premier League.

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