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Monday, February 20, 2012


Arsenal must forget the disappointment of another year without a trophy and focus on winning next weekend's derby, according to Arsene Wenger.

Aston Villa
Robbie Keane admits he cannot rule out the possibility of striking a deal with a Premier League club, but has rule out staying at Aston Villa.

Blackburn and Wales U19 defender Adam Henley has said he is keeping his options open over which country he will commit his long-term future to.

Bolton Wanderers will play against either Tottenham or Stevenage in the FA Cup quarter-finals next month, following their win over Millwall.

Andre Villas-Boas was defiant about Chelsea's hopes of making the Champions League quarter-finals despite admitting to a crisis of confidence.

Everton will play host to Premier League rivals Sunderland in next month's FA Cup quarter-finals clash, following their win over Blackpool.

Fulham defender Aaron Hughes has reversed his decision to quit international football to make himself available for Northern Ireland again.

Liverpool will play host to Premier League rivals Stoke in next month's FA Cup quarter-finals clash, following their victory over Brighton.

Manchester City
Man City midfielder Yaya Toure admits he is considering quitting international football with Ivory Coast in order to help his club career.

Manchester United
Striker Wayne Rooney is adamant that a tilt at Europa League glory this season will not derail Manchester United's Premier League title charge.

Newcastle United
Robbie Elliott attributes much of the credit for Newcastle's good season to the loyalty and faith coach Alan Pardew has put in his players.

Norwich City
Coach Paul Lambert has confirmed that Grant Holt and Kyle Naughton had been rested against Leicester to keep them fresh for the Premier League.

Queens Park Rangers
QPR coach Mark Hughes will be looking for a positive reaction from his side following their return to the club from after a week in Portugal.

Stoke City
Stoke City will make the trip to Anfield for next month's FA Cup quarter-final clash against Liverpool, following the victory over Crawley.

Sunderland will travel to the Goodison Park for next month's FA Cup quarter-final clash against Everton, following the victory over Arsenal.

Swansea City
Leon Britton insists he is not losing sleep over winning an England call-up - but admits he is still sweating over his Swansea City place.

Harry Redknapp admits Tottenham struggled to produce their best against lower league side Stevenage, but is pleased to still be in the FA Cup.

West Brom
Teenage midfielder George Thorne has rejoined Championship strugglers Portsmouth for the second time on a one-month loan deal from West Brom.

Wigan Athletic
Victor Moses' agent says the Wigan star is ready to shelve his ambitions of playing for England and commit his international future to Nigeria.

Reading football director Nicky Hammond has been quick to deny any sort of reports linking manager Brian McDermott to the vacant Wolves post.

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