If you enjoy my blog, please consider clicking on some of the ads. I could use the income =D

Thursday, February 9, 2012


Arsene Wenger remains confident Arsenal have the strength of character needed to force themselves back into the top four of the Premier League.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa have been lifted ahead of their clash with Man City with news that Agbonlahor, Collins and Albrighton could return from injury.

Morten Gamst Pedersen admits Blackburn are in Premier League peril, but is backing his side to respond positively to their mauling by Arsenal.

Bolton boss Owen Coyle believes he is on to a winner signing Arsenal youngster Ryo Miyaichi, who was outstanding while on-loan at Feyenoord.

Nicolas Anelka claims to have been made to feel like an outcast during his final days at Chelsea, but says he has no regrets about leaving.

Everton youngster Jake Bidwell admits that he is in the dark about his Brentford future, but would be happy to extend his stay at Griffin Park.

Dickson Etuhu is hoping he has done enough to start Fulham's clash with Stoke City after being brought in from the cold by manager Martin Jol.

Midfielder Jonjo Shelvey has his sights set on playing a role for Liverpool this month as the Reds bid for the FA Cup and Carling Cup success.

Manchester City
Manchester City are eyeing a move for Real Madrid defender Raul Albiol, who has fallen out of favour since the arrival of coach Jose Mourinho.

Manchester United
Park Ji-sung is proud after making his 200th appearance for Manchester Utd and silencing those who claimed he was only bought to sell shirts.

Newcastle United
Newcastle's Sylvain Marveaux is set to return to running next week as he recovers from a groin injury, but he fears his season could be over.

Norwich City
Russell Martin feels Norwich City showed their ambition by refusing to part ways with captain Grant Holt during last month's transfer window.

Queens Park Rangers
Clint Hill has accepted that the current campaign will be his last at QPR, with the club having decided against offering him a new contract.

Stoke City
Stoke City chairman Peter Coates has called for a review of the FA's appeal procedures after Robert Huth's red card and suspension was upheld.

Sunderland will take on Arsenal in the FA Cup fifth round after Sessegnon scored in extra time to eliminate Middlesbrough from the competition.

Swansea City
Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers feels midfielder Ferrie Bodde has to be 'one of the unluckiest players alive' following his latest injury setback.

Harry Redknapp admittted the last five years have been 'a nightmare' after the Tottenham manager was cleared of all charges of tax evasion.

West Brom
Roy Hodgson believes Keith Andrews is ready to make his West Brom debut in Sunday's derby at Wolves - but he has doubts over Liam Ridgewell.

Wigan Athletic
Winger Jean Beausejour believes his return to the Premier League will not be short-lived because he is confident Wigan can stay up this season.

Wolves winger Michael Kightly will miss Sunday's derby against West Brom due to a back injury but could return to action against Newcastle.

No comments:

Post a Comment