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Thursday, March 15, 2012


Arsenal legend Theirry Henry has backed Gunners starlet Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to enjoy a long and illustrious career at Emirates Stadium.

Aston Villa
Barry Bannan says Aston Villa players will welcome Australia international Brett Holman with open arms when he arrives from AZ in the summer.

Blackburn manager Steve Kean is hopeful striker Junior Hoilett will stay at the club and be a key part of Rovers' squad for years to come.

Bolton defender Marcos Alonso is ready for a return to action with the first team after almost 3 months on the sidelines with a foot injury.


Everton defender Phil Jagielka says their defeat in the Merseyside derby has cranked up the pressure ahead of Saturday's FA Cup quarter-final.

Fulham defender Aaron Hughes declares that he is ready to face Swansea City after missing out on last week's defeat due to a minor injury.

Martin Kelly insists Liverpool are still in the race for fourth place in the Premier League after ending their run of three straight defeats.

Manchester City
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has confirmed controversial striker Carlos Tevez could return in next week's clash against Chelsea.

Manchester United
It was reported that Manchester United will offer EUR23 million to Ajax for their young Danish stars Christian Eriksen and Viktor Fischer.

Newcastle United
Hatem Ben Arfa is determined to win a place in Euro 2012 with France by turning on the style for Newcastle during the remainder of the season.

Norwich City
Norwich have issued a 'hands off' warning to rival Premier League clubs after fears that one of them will try to lure away coach Paul Lambert.

Queens Park Rangers
QPR assistant manager Mark Bowen is confident that his side will avoid relegation this season because they are creating chances during games.

Stoke City
Striker Jonathan Walters has admitted he would love to cap his best ever season at Stoke City by pledging his long-term future to the club.

Good news for Sunderland coach Martin O'Neill as Nicklas Bendtner is winning his race to be fit for their FA Cup quarter-final against Everton.

Swansea City
Swansea City are set to be given the option of qualifying for Europe via the Welsh Cup - but would have to withdraw from the FA Cup to do so.

Gareth Bale is confident Tottenham can put their Premier League slump behind them when they face Bolton in Saturday's FA Cup quarter-final.

West Brom
West Brom have been boosted by the news that duo Billy Jones and Jerome Thomas could be set to make their comebacks from injury this weekend.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan defender Gary Caldwell is forgetting about the table for now, believing that his side should concentrate on getting the right results.

Wolves manager Terry Connor has dismissed reports that he is preparing to resign and insisted Roger Johnson is not going to leave anytime soon.

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