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Thursday, March 29, 2012


Luis Fernando Muriel's agent has ruled out the possibility of the Lecce striker joining Arsenal in the summer, insisting it was just rumours.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish is contemplating handing starts to Eric Lichaj and Andreas Weimann for their Premier League clash with Chelsea.

Blackburn goalkeeper Paul Robinson has urged his side to rebuild their momentum and keep the advantage they have over the bottom three sides.

Owen Coyle has called on his Bolton team to now focus on their league relegation six-pointer at Wolves and build on their success last weekend.

Chelsea have reportedly reopened talks with Porto for striker Hulk, although the Blues are unwilling to meet his EUR100 million asking price.

Leighton Baines is confident Everton will fare better than in their last clash with Liverpool when they meet again in the FA Cup semi-finals.

Fulham manager Martin Jol has recalled Alex Kacanaklic from his loan spell with Watford and could be included in the squad to face Norwich.

Liverpool defender Jose Enrique believes it is the players rather than manager Kenny Dalglish that are to blame for the club's poor results.

Manchester City
Rafael Benitez has advised Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini to avoid engaging in mind games during the battle for the Premier League title.

Manchester United
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand insists he is not worried about what neighbours City do as the Premier League title race hots up.

Newcastle United
Newcastle Utd have been rocked by the news Fabricio Coloccini will sit out the games against Liverpool and Swansea due to a hamstring injury.

Norwich City
Ryan Bennett staked his claim for a place in the Norwich side after scoring a goal in his debut for the club in the reserves' defeat to Fulham.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers' on-loan striker Federico Macheda is back at Man Utd as he is likely to miss the rest of the season due to an ankle injury.

Stoke City
Stoke's Jonathan Woodgate claims that the standard of football in the Premier League has started slipping, although he has praised Swansea.

Lee Cattermole has admitted Sunderland were not good enough during their FA Cup quarter-final defeat, but are keen to bounce back this weekend.

Swansea City
Defender Neil Taylor feels Swansea are a club on the up, and that anyone would be mad if they want to swap the Liberty Stadium for a new side.

Louis Saha has warned Arsenal that Tottenham are still capable matching their performance and pipping them to 3rd place in the Premier League.

West Brom
Graham Dorrans is set to return to training and could be fit to return for West Brom against Everton after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan are sweating on the fitness of Mohamed Diame and Hugo Rodallega ahead of Saturday's Premier League game against Stoke at the DW Stadium.

Terry Connor is positive that every one of his Wolves players is up for the fight as they bid to avoid relegation from the Premier League.

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