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Sunday, March 11, 2012


Cesc Fabregas admits he has shared Arsenal's 'pain' this season but has backed manager Arsene Wenger to return the club 'where they belong'.

Aston Villa
A relieved Alex McLeish has paid tribute to youngster Andreas Weimann after his injury-time strike gave Aston Villa the points against Fulham.

Blackburn coach Steve Kean was delighted with the way his players responded to pressure and their work ethic following the win over Wolves.

Bolton manager Owen Coyle insists he remains a fan of goal-line technology despite benefiting from a goal that never was in the win over QPR.

Roberto Di Matteo has admitted Chelsea's win over Stoke may not have been pretty but that he was satisfied to have secured an important result.

Everton manager David Moyes hopes his side are finding important momentum at a crucial stage of the season following their win over Tottenham.

Fulham manager Martin Jol admitted he was disappointed as he felt his side deserved a point after watching Villa snatch an injury-time winner.

Manager Kenny Dalglish feels one slice of good fortune settled a contest between two evenly-matched sides, as Sunderland edged out Liverpool.

Manchester City
Roberto Mancini believes it might take a record points haul for Manchester City to shake off Manchester Utd in the Premier League title race.

Manchester United
Striker Dimitar Berbatov has admitted that it hurts to be little more than a bit-part player in Manchester United's Premier League title quest.

Newcastle United
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is refusing to give up on his dream of a top-six finish but insists he would not be disappointed if they missed out.

Norwich City
Norwich City head coach Paul Lambert has admitted that his team have exceeded all expectations in their first season in the Premier League.

Queens Park Rangers
Coach Mark Hughes insists he was 'desperately' disappointed by the match officials' failure to spot Clint Hill's headed 'goal' against Bolton.

Stoke City
Stoke City manager Tony Pulis described striker Ricardo Fuller's stamp on Branislav Ivanovic as 'ridiculous' following the defeat at Chelsea.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is hoping an injury picked up by Nicklas Bendtner in the win over Liverpool is not as serious as first feared.

Swansea City
Striker Danny Graham has warned Man City they will be facing a totally different Swansea side from the one they beat 4-0 in the season opener.

Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp could not explain his side's defeat to Everton, despite their total domination in the second half of the match.

West Brom
Boss Roy Hodgson will sit down and discuss his future with West Brom only when the club are assured of maintaining Premier League football.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez believes Norwich's unpredictability has been integral to their surprisingly effective return to the Premier League.

Manager Terry Connor insists Wolves have what it takes to beat the drop despite the team's home defeat to fellow strugglers Blackburn Rovers.

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