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Sunday, April 1, 2012


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted his side's display in the defeat at QPR 'was not good enough', while praising the home side's attitude.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa coach Alex McLeish was proud of the way his side performed in front of Stiliyan Petrov despite their defeat at home to Chelsea.

Steve Kean says Blackburn fans have written to him to apologise and admit that they were wrong to call for his sacking earlier in the season.

Bolton coach Owen Coyle had nothing but praise for the stoic defending that was displayed by his Trotters side in their victory over Wolves.

Coach Roberto Di Matteo paid tribute to the character shown by his Chelsea players after withstanding a fightback from home team Aston Villa.

Everton boss David Moyes praised his side's display as they easily overcame West Brom at Goodison Park to record their third victory in a week.

Fulham coach Martin Jol admitted he was frustrated that his team could not play to his style in the second half, despite the win over Norwich.

Dirk Kuyt accepts the criticism which has been levelled at Liverpool in recent weeks and admits the players have performed below expectations.

Manchester City
Man City manager Roberto Mancini has voiced his disappointment with Mario Balotelli's performance against Sunderland despite his two goals.

Manchester United
Manchester Utd midfielder Tom Cleverley is determined to avoid being labelled as injury prone, insisting that he has been unlucky this season.

Newcastle United
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is expecting a really negative or really positive game against Liverpool, considering his past clashes with the club.

Norwich City
Norwich manager Paul Lambert said he was proud of his team second half performance and should have taken something from the defeat at Fulham.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes hailed Joey Barton's top class performance following the victory over Arsenal in the Premier League.

Stoke City
Tony Pulis was angry with Stoke's performance against Wigan and admitted his side did not deserve to take anything away from the DW Stadium.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill was delighted by his side's display at Manchester City but was disappointed to see them miss out on a shock win.

Swansea City
Brendan Rodgers admits he is not quite ready to manage one of the top sides in the Premier League and insists he is fully committed to Swansea.

Harry Redknapp hopes Daniel Levy will make funds available again this summer to sign the players he feels could Tottenham on to the next level.

West Brom
Roy Hodgson felt Peter Odemwingie was in the wrong after the striker exchanged heated words with Ben Foster in West Brom's defeat at Everton.

Wigan Athletic
Roberto Martinez was delighted with Wigan Athletic's performance as they beat Stoke City to pick up only their second home win of the season.

Wolves caretaker manager Terry Connor admitted the referee's decision to award Bolton a penalty ultimately changed the course of the game.

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