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Monday, March 26, 2012


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hailed the return to fitness of full backs Bacary Sagna and Kieran Gibbs as the turning point of their season.

Aston Villa
Heerenveen striker Bas Dost has confirmed Aston Villa's interest in his services after speculation linking him with a summer move to England.

Goalkeeper Paul Robinson sees no reason to end his retirement from international football, which has helped his performance for Blackburn.

USA international Tim Ream is feeling at home at Bolton after arriving in January and that the hardest part was waiting for that first game.

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill believes the Blues can still seal a Premier League top-four place, despite a goalless home draw with Tottenham.

Everton manager David Moyes has criticised the Premier League for contributing to a Toffees fixture pile-up ahead of their 5th game in 17 days.

Martin Jol says Fulham can cause a shock by claiming victory against Man Utd at Old Trafford, citing Ajax and Blackburn victories as proof.

Coach Kenny Dalglish insisted that youngsters Jon Flanagan and Raheem Sterling only appeared against Wigan due to Liverpool's injury problems.

Manchester City
Man City midfielder Gareth Barry knows he and his team-mates are likely to need a 100 per cent finish to the season to win the Premier League.

Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson believes Man Utd are in the right place at the right time and with the right players to strike for Premier League glory.

Newcastle United
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has heaped praise on Hatem Ben Arfa after his mesmerising performance in the victory against West Brom.

Norwich City
Paul Lambert is vowing to keep pushing until the end of the season - even if Norwich formally secure their safety over the next few weeks.

Queens Park Rangers
Mark Hughes branded the challenge by Djibril Cisse that led to the forward's second sending-off in only his fifth start for QPR as 'crazy'.

Stoke City
Stoke star Peter Crouch has not given up hope of winning an England recall for Euro 2012, after scoring a beautiful volley against Man City.

Boss Martin O'Neill has a tough decision to make as to whether to recall Lee Cattermole for their FA Cup quarter-final replay against Everton.

Swansea City
Brendan Rodgers claims Swansea's defeat to Everton serves as a reminder of the hard work his squad have had to put in to be at this level.

Tottenham midfielder Rafael van der Vaart is excited at the prospect of a first trip to Wembley as he hopes to get pass Bolton and Chelsea.

West Brom
West Brom midfielder James Morrison could face an extended spell on the sidelines after he suffered a knee ligament injury against Newcastle.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan Athletic chairman Dave Whelan is confident of avoiding relegation this season after his side came through a tough test at the Anfield.

Wolverhampton current plight at the bottom of the table is hurting the players as much as the fans, according to midfielder David Edwards.

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