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Sunday, March 25, 2012


Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger was delighted with the victory over Aston Villa, considering the effort and endeavour they have shown this week.

Aston Villa
Alex McLeish rued the soft goals his Aston Villa conceded in the defeat to Arsenal as he calls for more bravery and courage against big sides.

Blackburn boss Steve Kean has called on his side to quickly get back to winning ways after seeing their recent resurgence ended at Bolton.

Bolton boss Owen Coyle has revealed that Fabrice Muamba sent a good luck message to his team-mates on the eve of their win over Blackburn.

Coach Roberto Di Matteo felt Chelsea's draw with Tottenham at Stamford Bridge was a fair result after his side failed to create enough chances.

Coach David Moyes feels Everton finally got the result his players' performance deserved after their victory over Swansea at Liberty Stadium.

Fulham midfielder Clint Dempsey believes the club can recover from recent defeats by grabbing a shock victory at Manchester United on Monday.

Coach Kenny Dalglish has cited fatigue after playing 3 games in 6 days as the reason for Liverpool's below-par performance in defeat to Wigan.

Manchester City
Yaya Toure scored his fourth Premier League goal as Manchester City registered their fourth away draw following the match against Stoke City.

Manchester United
Manchester United defender Chris Smalling has declared himself fit and ready for action after spending the last three weeks on the sidelines.

Newcastle United
Newcastle's Danny Guthrie admits he would be disappointed to miss out on Europe despite starting the season with no thoughts of qualification.

Norwich City
Norwich manager Paul Lambert is refusing to admit his side are safe from relegation, despite having 39 points following the win over Wolves.

Queens Park Rangers
Mark Hughes fears Djibril Cisse's red card in the match against Sunderland will affect Queens Park Rangers' impending Premiership survival bid.

Stoke City
Peter Crouch scored his eighth Premier League goal as Stoke City registered their fifth home draw following the match against Manchester City.

Martin O'Neill showered praise on man of the match James McClean after the Sunderland winger punished a lacklustre Queens Park Rangers outfit.

Swansea City
Brendan Rodgers believes Swansea have learned a valuable lesson about the ruthlessness of the Premiership after their home defeat to Everton.

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has admitted he did not want to risk Ledley King's long-term fitness by selecting him for the draw with Chelsea.

West Brom
Roy Hodgson believes West Brom have the potential to become an established Premier League force on a similar level to the likes of Everton.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez believes his side's first ever victory over Liverpool at Anfield is just reward for their recent good performances.

Wolves boss Terry Connor believes his bottom side can still escape relegation after producing a battling display in their defeat at Norwich.

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