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Wednesday, March 7, 2012


AC Milan are through to the Champions League quarter-finals despite losing to Arsenal with goals scored by Koscielny, Rosicky and Van Persie.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa's Stiliyan Petrov claims club owner Randy Lerner is a familiar face at the training ground and has made everyone aware of his plans.

Steve Kean has told his Blackburn players it is time they proved they belong in the Premier League - starting with fellow strugglers Wolves.

Adam Bogdan believes Bolton can win out in their 'mini league' to avoid the drop and backs the Trotters to start picking up points on Saturday.

Chelsea are through to the quarter-finals after striker Juan Mata scored his third FA Cup goal to eliminate Birmingham from the competition.

David Moyes approaches his 10-year anniversary at Goodison Park next week, admitting it is a big achievement to spend a decade at one club.

Brede Hangeland says Fulham can comfortably secure a top-10 finish if they can maintain their current form that saw them win 3 straight games.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has admitted the Reds cannot afford to drop any more points if they want to finish the season in the top four.

Manchester City
Inter Milan are reportedly interested in the services of Edin Dzeko and could sell Pazzini and Milito to make room for the Man City striker.

Manchester United
Ashley Young says Manchester United are ready to step up their title charge and have targeted a perfect finish to the Premier League season.

Newcastle United
Winger Peter Lovenkrands insists his Newcastle United career is far from finished despite finding first team appearances limited this season.

Norwich City
Zak Whitbread is hoping he will be offered the opportunity to prolong his association with Norwich, with his contract set to end in the summer.

Queens Park Rangers
Nedum Onuoha concedes QPR have the hardest run-in of the Premier League relegation candidates but is confident they can stave off relegation.

Stoke City
Stoke City midfielder Glenn Whelan insists the Potters have enough quality in the squad to get themselves beyond the 50-point mark this season.

Coach Martin O'Neill has fired an astonishing broadside at claims his Sunderland side were overly physical in their derby against Newcastle.

Swansea City
Brendan Rodgers has no intention of applying for the Chelsea job, with it his desire to carry on building his career rather than 'destroy it'.

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp brushed off talk linking him with the vacant job at Chelsea as he would not be able to come back to north London.

West Brom
Skipper Chris Brunt feels the current West Brom squad is the strongest in his five years at The Hawthorns, saying there is big competition.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan chairman Dave Whelan has given his backing to manager Roberto Martinez in the wake of their dismal home defeat to Swansea on Saturday.

Coach Terry Connor believes Wolves have sufficient goal-power in Steven Fletcher and Kevin Doyle to help them secure Premier League survival.

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