If you enjoy my blog, please consider clicking on some of the ads. I could use the income =D

Friday, March 30, 2012


Arsenal-owned hitman Carlos Vela has made it clear that he willing to remain at Real Sociedad if both clubs can reach a satisfactory agreement.

Aston Villa
Assistant coach Peter Grant said Villa will put talks on the future of a trio of out-of-contract players on hold until the end of the season.

Steve Kean admits France international Andre-Pierre Gignac is a very good player amid speculation linking Blackburn with the Marseille striker.

Nigel Reo-Coker admits it may take years before Bolton's players fully come to terms with Fabrice Muamba's cardiac arrest at White Hart Lane.

Fernando Torres' agent has denied rumours linking Chelsea's Spanish striker with a summer switch to Roma and said there has been no contact.

Tim Cahill has hailed Everton boss David Moyes as the best manager around for the job he has has done on such a small budget at Goodison Park.

Fulham have suffered three consecutive defeats, but Norwegian left winger John Arne Riise believes the club are moving in the right direction.

Liverpool legend John Barnes believes the club need three 'world-class' attacking players to put themselves in the title frame next season.

Manchester City
Yaya Youre has revealed Carlos Tevez has promised to help Manchester City get their noses back in front in the title race with rivals United.

Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Anders Lindegaard has been given an extra week off after suffering a setback in his recovery from injury.

Newcastle United
Mike Williamson is confident Newcastle can handle the loss of Fabricio Coloccini and press ahead with their efforts to secure a top-six finish.

Norwich City
Defender Russell Martin believes team work and a lack of egos have been integral to Norwich's successful return to Premier League competition.

Queens Park Rangers
QPR chief Philip Beard is confident the club will be able to hang on to their top players even if they are relegated from the Premier League.

Stoke City
Stoke fans are unlikely to see the best of Wilson Palacios until next season as he works his way back to full fitness, according to Tony Pulis.

Coach Martin O'Neill claims he would have struggled to keep Sunderland on course for a top-half finish had he not dipped into the loan market.

Swansea City
Brendan Rodgers is delighted to see Nathan Dyer back from ban but admits he may have to start on the bench thanks to Wayne Routledge's form.

Ryan Nelsen has thanked manager Harry Redknapp for giving him the chance to be a part of what could be one of Tottenham's best ever seasons.

West Brom
West Brom assistant coach Keith Downing has urged midfielder Somen Tchoyi to find greater consistency because he has an abundance of talent.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan manager Roberto Martinez is increasingly hopeful forward Victor Moses will be fit for his side's crucial clash with Stoke this weekend.

Wolves boss Terry Connor insists the Molineux club should not be judged on their decision to sack Mick McCarthy until the end of the season.

No comments:

Post a Comment