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Saturday, March 24, 2012


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has vowed to focus on quality in the transfer market this summer and to avoid the final-day flurry of activity.

Aston Villa
Coach Alex McLeish insists it is unfair to place all the goalscoring burden on Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor in Darren Bent's absence.

Blackburn boss Steve Kean believes Fabrice Muamba's remarkable progress will enable his Rovers side and Bolton to focus more on their game.

Owen Coyle believes Bolton should take inspiration from Fabrice Muamba's fight for life as they prepare to return to action against Blackburn.

Coach Roberto Di Matteo admits it would be 'very difficult' for Chelsea to recover in the race for a top-four finish if they lose to Tottenham.

Everton coach David Moyes believes his players are in for a tough match against Swansea City, who have lost only twice at home this season.

Fulham boss Martin Jol admires Manchester United counterpart Sir Alex Ferguson - but is relieved he did not take up the post as his assistant.

Coach Kenny Dalglish is refusing to give up on a top-four finish and claims he would have no qualms about throwing youngsters into their bid.

Manchester City
Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri believes Roberto Mancini's men have proved they can stand the heat in the Premier League title race.

Manchester United
Boss Sir Alex Ferguson claims he is yet to discuss the possibility of Paul Scholes further prolonging his playing career at Manchester United.

Newcastle United
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has called on his team to finish the season as they started it to ensure they finish the season in the top six.

Norwich City
Norwich manager Paul Lambert believes Wolves will now be regretting the decision to sack Mick McCarthy in their battle against relegation.

Queens Park Rangers
Manager Mark Hughes has revealed that Armand Traore could be out for a couple of weeks after suffering a hamstring injury against Liverpool.

Stoke City
Tony Pulis is backing Stoke City to shine at home, as all the pressure will be on visitors Manchester City to keep up their title challenge.

Martin O'Neill has warned James McClean life in the Premier League is only going to get more difficult after handing him an improved contract.

Swansea City
Neil Taylor insists Swansea City will not have European qualification on their minds against Everton, despite a run of three straight wins.

Rafael van der Vaart admits Tottenham will have to raise their game against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, but is confident they can do just that.

West Brom
Coach Roy Hodgson wants to keep Ben Foster at West Brom on a permanent basis and also hopes he will end his international exile for England.

Wigan Athletic
Manager Roberto Martinez has stressed that Wigan are well accustomed to being written off and that 'pleasing pundits' is not their concern.

Wolves manager Terry Connor insists confidence remains high in the changing room, but accepts his squad have to cut out individual mistakes

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