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Friday, March 23, 2012


Mikel Arteta insists no-one at Arsenal wanted head coach Arsene Wenger to leave when the club was seemingly in crisis earlier in the season.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish says the best is still to come from Charles N'Zogbia and insists there are no problems with their relationship.

Blackburn keeper Paul Robinson believes his decision to turn his back on England has benefitted him and has no plans to reverse his decision.

Owen Coyle admits Bolton will find it difficult to focus on football when they take in a crucial bottom-of-the-table clash with Blackburn.

Senegal international Demba Ba has played down reports linking him with a potential new-look Chelsea and insists he is happy at Newcastle.

Everton's Sylvain Distin admires Swansea for sticking to their game and said they reminded him of last-season's surprise package Blackpool.

Martin Jol is confident Pavel Pogrebnyak will stay at Fulham beyond the summer, while he is also keen for Clint Dempsey to sign a new deal.

Luis Suarez has apologised to Liverpool fans for the way his side finished the game against QPR and said the team were very upset by the score.

Manchester City
Man City boss Roberto Mancini is looking to return to the Premier League summit after beating Chelsea to cut the gap at the top to one point.

Manchester United
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand believes the secret to their success is the experience and desire that comes from Sir Alex Ferguson.

Newcastle United
Senegal international Demba Ba has played down reports linking him with a potential new-look Chelsea and insists he is happy at Newcastle.

Norwich City
It was reported that former Coventry City defender Elliott Ward is unlikely to be offered a new deal with Norwich City by coach Paul Lambert.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers captain Joey Barton admits his display against Liverpool was the worst of his career but has slammed those that booed him.

Stoke City
Tony Pulis was pleases with Stoke's performance versus Tottenham, despite watching his side concede a 93rd-minute equaliser at White Hart Lane.

David Vaughan says Sunderland are desperate to atone for their defeat at Blackburn after experiencing manager Martin O'Neill's angry side.

Swansea City
Manager Brendan Rodgers says Swansea are yet to sit down with Hoffenheim to discuss a permanent deal for on-loan midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson.

Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp is confident his side can secure a top-four finish in the Premier League, but admits 'it's going to be tight'.

West Brom
West Brom head of medical services Mark Gillett believes the fast response of medics has helped save the life of Fabrice Muamba last week.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez insists his side do not need to change they way they play, but must show more consistency in their remaining games.

Bad news for Wolves coach Terry Connor after midfielder David Davis was ruled out for three weeks after sustaining a rib problem on Sunday.

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