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Saturday, February 11, 2012


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has ruled out the possibility of midfielder Andrey Arshavin leaving the club for a return to Russia this month.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa keeper Shay Given has claimed that former club Manchester City are the 'best team in the league' ahead of their clash on Sunday.

Blackburn boss Steve Kean is delighted to be in the position of being able to unleash striker Yakubu Aiyegbeni back on Premier League defences.

Owen Coyle believes there will be many more twists and turns in this season's relegation battle, but is convinced Bolton will avoid the drop.

Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas will not make the same mistake as Man City counterpart Roberto Mancini expecting an easy ride against Everton.

Everton boss David Moyes is grateful for Victor Anichebe's knack of scoring goals at the right time but is reluctant to call him a 'super sub'.

Manager Martin Jol believes this next month's fixtures is the most vital if Fulham are to build momentums and further their hopes for survival.

Manager Kenny Dalglish says recent success over Manchester United will give Liverpool encouragement ahead of Saturday's trip to Old Trafford.

Manchester City
Shay Given has backed Man City and England keeper Joe Hart to captain his country at some point, even if it is not as John Terry's successor.

Manchester United
Nemanja Vidic and Darren Fletcher have been included in Manchester United's 38-man Europa League squad even though both are out for the season.

Newcastle United
Newcastle's success in the league this season can be credited largely to goalkeeper Tim Krul, according to Aston Villa counterpart Shay Given.

Norwich City
Norwich boss Paul Lambert says he is ready to field Elliott Ward for the first time in six-month, following the defender's return to fitness.

Queens Park Rangers
Mark Hughes may still be getting used to his QPR squad, but he believes he has seen enough to suggest they have can beat the drop this season.

Stoke City
Boss Tony Pulis is planning to send a DVD compilation of bad tackles to the FA to highlight a perceived inconsistency in how Stoke are judged.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill has warned his players that Arsenal are not a one-man team ahead of their double-header starting on Saturday.

Swansea City
Midfielder Leon Britton is adamant that his Swansea side cannot afford to take their foot of the gas until survival is mathematically assured.

Harry Redknapp has ruled out the prospect of combining managing Tottenham and England, but says he is flattered to be linked with the vacancy.

West Brom
West Brom manager Roy Hodgson claims it would be 'arrogant' to rule himself in or out of the running for the vacant England manager's post.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan manager Roberto Martinez believes his struggling team have turned the corner in their battle for survival, despite their lowly position.

Stephen Hunt admits the respective standings of the two sides has placed added importance on Sunday's derby duel between Wolves and West Brom.

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