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Sunday, February 26, 2012


Bacary Sagna has insisted that Arsenal's defence can cope with winger Gareth Bale when they clash against Tottenham in the north London derby.

Aston Villa
Alex McLeish admits it is hard to deal with jeers from Villa fans and has urged them to get back behind the club following the draw with Wigan.

Blackburn head coach Steve Kean felt that his sides' inability to keep possession of the ball lead to their downfall against Manchester City.

Bolton coach Owen Coyle said his team did well in the first 45 minutes against Chelsea, before they conceded two soft goals after the break.

Andre Villas-Boas laughed off any suggestion Roman Abramovich had ordered him to play Lampard, Cole and Essien for Chelsea's win over Bolton.

Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini has admitted he is happy to see the Blues keep on winning but would like to add more goals to his game.

Manager Martin Jol believes Fulham were rewarded for his ambitious attacking line-up following a narrow victory against Queens Park Rangers.

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is confident that his players can handle the burden of expectation as they head into the Carling Cup final.

Manchester City
Man City captain Vincent Kompany reckons the pressure is on the chasing pack after the Blues easily despatched Blackburn the Premier League.

Manchester United
Javier Hernandez has warned Manchester United that they need to learn from their Ajax defeat if they are to retain the Premier League title.

Newcastle United
Coach Alan Pardew admits Newcastle's draw with Wolves felt like a defeat after his Magpies threw away a two-goal lead at home at half time.

Norwich City
Sir Alex Ferguson has praised coach Paul Lambert for the job he is doing with Norwich and does not think the Canaries will suffer relegation.

Queens Park Rangers
Coach Mark Hughes insists Samba Diakite was just following orders after the midfielder was sent off just half an hour in QPR defeat to Fulham.

Stoke City
Stoke City defender Jonathan Woodgate believes the visit of Swansea to the Britannia Stadium on Sunday will be a tougher test than Valencia.

Sunderland head coach Martin O'Neill offered no excuse for the drubbing at the hands of West Brom and admits that his team were well beaten.

Swansea City
Swansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm has revealed he will use all his Premier League inside knowledge to help Holland beat England on Wednesday.

Gareth Bale insists Arsenal can no longer claim to be north London's top club and is adamant that Tottenham are favourites for Sunday's clash.

West Brom
Roy Hodgson admits he is not worried about relegation after West Brom's win over Sunderland meant they moved 11 points clear of the drop zone.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan Athletic manager Roberto Martinez insists his side's goalless draw at home to Aston Villa was a point gained, rather than two dropped.

Terry Connor hailed Wolves' attitude after they produced a spirited display in the draw at Newcastle despite a turbulent weeks off the pitch.

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