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Tuesday, February 28, 2012


Wojciech Szczesny declared beating Tottenham felt as good as beating Barcelona and is confident that Robin van Persie will remain at the club.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa and England striker Darren Bent has been ruled out for up to three months after being diagnosed with ruptured ankle ligaments.

Manager Steve Kean insists the Blackburn dressing room is a more harmonious place following the departure of want-away defender Chris Samba.

Bolton midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker has blasted his side's display against Chelsea and admitted criticism of their mental strength is justified.

Chelsea coach Andres Villas-Boas would be proud to return to Porto, but has made it clear that it is unlikely to happen in the near future.

Nikica Jelavic admits his start to life at Everton has been far from ideal but says he is keen to put things right at the earliest opportunity.

Fulham have signed midfielder Mahamadou Diarra on a short-term deal until the end of the season, pending the successful completion of a visa.

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has admitted winning the Carling Cup has taken a weight off the shoulders of himself and Steven Gerrard.

Manchester City
Mario Balotelli has been left in no doubt that he will not be taken to the European Championship in the summer if he does not clean his act up.

Manchester United
Coach Sir Alex Ferguson is the key to Manchester United retaining their Premier League title, according to talismanic striker Wayne Rooney.

Newcastle United
Newcastle United coach Alan Pardew insists that progress is being made with new contracts for defenders Fabricio Coloccini and Danny Simpson.

Norwich City
Norwich City skipper Grant Holt feels playing for the Canaries could be hampering the international ambitions of several players at the club.

Queens Park Rangers
Manager Mark Hughes slammed his side's indiscipline after yet another dismissal and a defeat leaves QPR hovering just above the drop zone.

Stoke City
Ryan Shotton is targeting another victory over Norwich next weekend after helping Stoke City end a poor run with three points against Swansea.

Manager Giovanni Trapattoni has confirmed Sunderland winger James McClean will make his international debut against Czech Republic this week.

Swansea City
Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers felt his side have paid for their sportsmanship in defeat by Stoke at the Britannia Stadium over the weekend.

Tottenham midfielder Rafael van der Vaart has pulled out of the Holland squad for the friendly versus England after sustaining an ankle injury.

West Brom
Peter Odemwingie says he has now cleared the air with Roy Hodgson following some public criticism from the West Brom boss earlier this season.

Wigan Athletic
Emmerson Boyce played himself into the record books at the weekend but admits the failure to beat Villa took the shine off his celebrations.

Striker Kevin Doyle insists the Wolves players are rallying around new boss Terry Connor in a bid to get him the job on a permanent basis.

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