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Thursday, February 16, 2012


Kevin-Prince Boateng scored his third Champions League goal as AC Milan took a 4-goal lead over Arsenal in their first leg clash at San Siro.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa midfielder Barry Bannan is desperate to prove himself to manager Alex McLeish and to regain his position in the starting line-up.

Ruben Rochina is working hard to return to Blackburn Rovers' first team and admits he wants to spearhead their strikeforce alongside Yakubu.

Sammy Lee said he returns to Bolton with unfinished business to take care of and that he understood the club had to fire him the last time.

Thibaut Courtois, who is currently with Atletico, has revealed he wants a loan move to another English club before making his Chelsea debut.

Francisco Junior admits breaking into the first team and winning the hearts of Everton fans will be a challenge, but one he is ready to accept.

Fulham youngster Lasse Vigen Christensen, who moved to the Craven Cottage last month, has revealed that Arsenal tried to sign him two years.

Ajax coach Frank de Boer worked with Luis Suarez during his time in Holland and admits the Liverpool striker is capable of 'stupid things'.

Manchester City
Roberto Mancini has rejected claims from Carlos Tevez that he treated the striker 'like a dog', but admitted he may have treated him too well.

Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson could offer Paul Scholes another year at Manchester United but claims there is 'no chance' of him starring for England again.

Newcastle United
Midfielder Danny Guthrie expects to keep his place for Newcastle against Wolves next week despite the return of Yohan Cabaye and Cheick Tiote.

Norwich City
Norwich City midfielder Andrew Surman believes that playing in the Premier League is making him produce the best performances of his career.

Queens Park Rangers
Jamie Mackie feels he can be the muscle-man Mark Hughes is looking for after the QPR boss called for his players to bulk up at the weekend.

Stoke City
Tony Pulis says 'cheating' has become all too prevalent in English football - and the Stoke boss believes clubs on the continent are to blame.

Sunderland attacker Stephane Sessegnon believes stand-in midfield pairing Jack Colback and Craig Gardener could become first-team regulars.

Swansea City
Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers understands Stephen Dobbie's frustration at a lack of playing time, but he will not be allowed to leave on loan.

Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone expects to miss the rest of the season after undergoing further surgery on his ankle later this week.

West Brom
Keith Andrews said he has settled well at West Brom and would like to stay at the club on a long-term basis if he is offered the opportunity.

Wigan Athletic
Shaun Maloney believes Wigan can win their two home games against Villa and Swansea if they approach it in a similar style to the Bolton game.

Alan Curbishley agent claimed the former coach is interested in the vacant position at Wolves after three and half years away from the bench.

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