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Tuesday, March 27, 2012


It was reported that Arsenal are keeping a close watch on Udinese-owned Luis Fernando Muriel, following his good performance on loan at Lecce.

Aston Villa
Coach Alex McLeish admits Aston Villa need to acquire greater strength in depth after being reduced to 11 fit senior players against Arsenal.

Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean believes there is no reason why his side cannot complete the double over Manchester United this season.

Bolton manager Owen Coyle has admitted there is no way of knowing how his players will react to their return to White Hart Lane for the FA Cup.

Coach Roberto Di Matteo has defended Chelsea's quality after Frank Lampard claimed he and his team-mates were 'not as good as we used to be'.

Everton boss David Moyes believes 'favourites' Sunderland have to deal with the pressure of expectation ahead of their FA Cup quarter-final.

Wayne Rooney scored his 21st Premier League goal of the season to condemned Fulham to their 8th away defeat following the match at Man Utd.

Kenny Dalglish still has belief in his Liverpool squad but thinks he may have to change his approach to jolt them out of their league slump.

Manchester City
David Platt says Roberto Mancini has laughed off Sir Alex Ferguson's comments and has denied the Manchester City boss is feeling the pressure.

Manchester United
Wayne Rooney scored his 21st Premier League goal of the season as Man Utd registered their 12th home win following the match against Fulham.

Newcastle United
Alan Pardew admits he needs to bring in more 'gems' like Demba Ba if Newcastle are to continue to compete with the Premier League's top clubs.

Norwich City
David Fox says he would not be surprised if his Norwich team-mates Grant Holt was picked for Euro 2012 and believes he would disappoint anyone.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers boss Mark Hughes insists Shaun Wright-Phillips still has a big part to play this season, but he needs time to recuperate.

Stoke City
Tony Pulis will not allow Stoke to give any opponent an easy ride after being forced to defend their style following the draw with Man City.

Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has ordered wing sensation James McClean to continue to play on instinct as opponents start to target him.

Swansea City
Leon Britton believes Swansea have come such a long way this season that teams have had to change the way they play at the Liberty Stadium.

Gareth Bale believes Tottenham are over a recent wobble and are ready to press ahead with their efforts to pip Arsenal to a third-place finish.

West Brom
Liam Ridgewell insists West Brom's players have not switched off now that survival is virtually guaranteed and is targeting a top-10 finish.

Wigan Athletic
Gary Caldwell is aware that Wigan's shock win at Anfield will count for little if they are unable to use it as a foundation on which to build.

Defender Stephen Ward insists Wolves' lowly position has nothing to do with coach Terry Connor and that he is still the right man for the job.

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