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Monday, February 27, 2012


Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal's perfect display against Tottenham proves his side can still finish above Spurs in the league this season.

Aston Villa
Coach Alex McLeish has confirmed Darren Bent is certain to miss England's midweek friendly with Holland after injuring his ankle on Saturday.

Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean has admitted that it will tough for them to survive after selling Christopher Samba to Anzhi Makhachkala.

Bolton head coach Owen Coyle has no doubt in Andres Villas-Boas' talent and believes the Chelsea coach will succeed at the Stamford Bridge.

Midfielder Frank Lampard has admitted for the first time that his relationship with Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has 'not been ideal'.

Everton's James McFadden is still hoping to return to international football and will not let one bad experience in 48 games to get him down.

Martin Jol has downplayed talk of an altercation with Mark Hughes, saying he may have made the QPR boss uncomfortable during the handshake.

Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel believes his side deserved to lift the Carling Cup after going 1-0 down and beating Cardiff on penalties.

Manchester City
Man City's Adam Johnson believes their feeling of invincibility at home could well be the pivotal factor when they face Chelsea and Man Utd.

Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson believes Ryan Giggs' stoppage time goal against Norwich could prove to be a 'special' moment in Manchester United's season.

Newcastle United
Alan Pardew thinks Newcastle are in a healthy financial position due to the decisions at the top to shift power from the players to the club.

Norwich City
Norwich boss Paul Lambert believes his side were excellent against Man Utd, but admitted to lose a goal at the death was simply gut-wrenching.

Queens Park Rangers
Mark Hughes is disappointed with the points QPR have managed to pick up since his arrival and admits they need to turn things around quickly.

Stoke City
Tony Pulis praised the discipline and commitment of his players after Stoke City got their season back on track with the win over Swansea.

Manager Martin O'Neill believes Sunderland's setback against West Brom might work in their favour in terms of keeping the players grounded.

Swansea City
Coach Brendan Rodgers believes Swansea's inability to deal with Stoke's aerial threat proved the decisive factor at the Britannia Stadium.

Coach Harry Redknapp was at a loss to explain what had gone wrong for Tottenham following their defeat to Arsenal in the North London derby.

West Brom
Roy Hodgson thinks West Brom should target a top-10 finish after hailing Marc-Antoine Fortune as the 'unsung hero' in their goal-laden revival.

Wigan Athletic
Roberto Martinez insists his Wigan, who have scored only 23 goals in 26 matches, are just one lucky strike away from enjoying a goal feast.

Wolves coach Terry Connor is not thinking whether he wants the job permanently as he focuses only on keeping the club in the Premier League.

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