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Tuesday, February 14, 2012


Aaron Ramsey has urged Arsenal to go for goals against Milan at the San Siro, and admitted their midfield players need to help carry the load.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa have confirmed that Richard Dunne is likely to miss the next eight weeks of football after fracturing his collarbone on Sunday.

Chris Samba was not selected for Blackburn's reserves game against Wigan, but coach Steve Kean insisted that his comeback remains on track.

Ryo Miyaichi was encouraged by his debut for Bolton and says he is gaining a greater understanding of what the Premier League is all about.

Midfielder Frank Lampard claims the Chelsea squad must be prepared to shoulder some of the responsibility for the club's recent dip in form.

Defender Leighton Baines has admitted Everton are 'desperate' to embark on a cup run this season and end their long wait for major silverware.

Fulham defender Stephen Kelly believes his side should take pride from the way they fought to keep hold of three points againts Stoke City.

Jose Enrique believes home form and particularly results against their nearest rivals for a Champions League spot remains key for Liverpool.

Manchester City
Carlos Tevez has accused Manchester City head coach Roberto Mancini of treating him 'like a dog' in the clash at Bayern Munich in September.

Manchester United
Juventus reportedly intend to make a real splash during the summer transfer market and have identified Manchester Utd winger Nani as a target.

Newcastle United
Mike Williamson remains adamant Newcastle can compete with the best in England despite suffering an emphatic loss at Tottenham on Saturday.

Norwich City
Norwich City striker Grant Holt has no complaints about being a target for opposition supporters, because it means he is doing something right.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes has called on his players to hold up their end of the bargain in keeping the club in the Premiership.

Stoke City
Stoke manager Tony Pulis has warned his players they will have to step up a class when they face Valencia in the Europa League on Thursday.

Sunderland defender John O'Shea believes his side will benefit from Arsenal's busy schedule as he sets his sights on revenge in the FA Cup.

Swansea City
Nathan Dyer has urged top-flight referees to give Swansea more protection from Premier League bully-boys, following the match against Norwich.

Jurgen Klinsmann insists he is happy in his current role as United States head coach, despite speculation that he could become Tottenham boss.

West Brom
Jonas Olsson believes it is vital for West Brom to retain the services of Roy Hodgson if Baggies are to become a potent Premier League force.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan defender Emmerson Boyce is hopeful the club can avoid of a repeat of last season, when their survival fight went down to the final match.

Wolves chairman Steve Morgan admits Alan Curbishley is the calibre of coach they are looking for to replace the recently sacked Mick McCarthy.

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