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Saturday, April 7, 2012


Manager Arsene Wenger says the next few weeks will determine whether Jack Wilshere can play again for Arsenal this term and also for England.

Aston Villa
Villa boss Alex McLeish believes Liverpool counterpart Kenny Dalglish is under as much pressure as any other manager to start producing wins.

FC Zurich full-back Scott Sutter admits he is hoping Blackburn Rovers will resurrect a move to bring him to the Premier League this summer.

Owen Coyle has urged his Bolton side to continue their recent momentum as they target a fourth successive Premier League win against Fulham.

Coach Roberto Di Matteo has hit out at the FA for ignoring Chelsea's concerns about the timing of their FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham.

Everton manager David Moyes believes promoted teams coming into the Premier League now have a much better chance of survival than in the past.

Fulham head coach Martin Jol says Bolton have been galvanised by recent events involving Fabrice Muamba after recording three wins in a row.

Kenny Dalglish reckons guiding Liverpool back to the top of European football will not be an easy task - but he is not afraid of the challenge.

Manchester City
Coach Roberto Mancini claims anything can happen in the title race - despite admitting Manchester City's hopes could be over by Sunday night.

Manchester United
James Rodriguez insists he is focused on his adventure with Porto, but admits it would be difficult to turn down a Manchester United offer.

Newcastle United
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has hailed Papiss Cisse as the difference-maker after his two goals were enough to ensure a victory over Swansea.

Norwich City
Norwich keeper John Ruddy has warned his side not to expect Everton to be distracted by the FA Cup semi-final when they meet at Carrow Road.

Queens Park Rangers
QPR boss Mark Hughes believes there is a sense of inevitability about Man Utd winning the title - but is keen to cause an upset at Old Trafford.

Stoke City
Stoke City manager Tony Pulis is poised to offer defender Jonathan Woodgate a new deal to remain at the Britannia Stadium for another season.

Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill may hand forgotten goalkeeper Craig Gordon the chance to prove he is worthy of a new contract at the club.

Swansea City
Swansea City coach Brendan Rodgers believes his side did well in the defeat to Newcastle, but they simply could not put the ball in the net.

Coach Harry Redknapp admits he does not know whether he will be allowed to keep Emmanuel Adebayor at Tottenham beyond the end of the season.

West Brom
West Brom head coach Roy Hodgson thinks he and Blackburn counterpart Steve Kean have only benefited from the criticism during their careers.

Wigan Athletic
Boss Roberto Martinez insists Wigan have the physical and mental strength to survive Premier League relegation for the third successive season.

Paul Ince has declared that he is ready to return to Wolverhampton as manager and lead a last-ditch attempt to avoid Premier League relegation.

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