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Sunday, April 8, 2012


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger wants his side to finish the season with a flurry by claiming seven wins from their final seven league games.

Aston Villa
Alex McLeish was full of praise for his Aston Villa team after picking up a hard-earned point at Liverpool and said it gave them a huge lift.

Blackburn boss Steve Kean rued a failure to score after seeing his side lose to West Brom at The Hawthorns, despite having a lot of possession.

Bolton manager Owen Coyle could not hide his disappointment after losing at home to Fulham, especially with the way his side conceded the goals.

Chelsea coach Roberto Di Matteo admitted Wigan were unlucky to come away empty-handed putting on a great performance at the Stamford Bridge.

Everton boss David Moyes was disappointed to see his side concede the lead twice against Norwich but was satisfied with a point at Carrow Road.

Fulham boss Martin Jol was pleased with his side's win over Bolton, who came in with three straight wins, but refused to get too carried away.

Liverpool coach Kenny Dalglish was delighted with his players efforts as they clawed their way back to earn a draw with Aston Villa at Anfield.

Manchester City
Roberto Mancini accepts his job may not be guaranteed long-term, even though he has helped steer Manchester City towards a glorious future.

Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson is not surprised by David de Gea's stunning return to form as the Man Utd coach underlined that the keeper is still young.

Newcastle United
Newcastle's Cheick Tiote will not risk his fitness in Monday's home game against Bolton after suffering a hamstring injury at Swansea on Friday.

Norwich City
Norwich head coach Paul Lambert was full of praise for Grant Holt and Jonny Howson after their goals secured a point at home against Everton.

Queens Park Rangers
Mark Hughes believes it will be difficult for QPR to reach the 40 points that should ensure survival but is still confident they can stay up.

Stoke City
Stoke boss Tony Pulis was pleased to get back to winning ways against Wolves and touted Crouch as a must for England at this summer's Euro 2012.

Sunderland coach Martin O'Neill makes no apologies for using defensive tactics to forced a draw against one of the best teams in the country.

Swansea City
Swansea head coach Brendan Rodgers has warned his team he will not allow their season to fizzle out after their latest defeat to Newcastle.

Tottenham coach Harry Redknapp admits that his side were unable to come up with an answer when presented with a defensive poser by Sunderland.

West Brom
West Brom manager Roy Hodgson believes good defensive work has help his side to secure their 'all important' win over a confident Blackburn.

Wigan Athletic
Boss Roberto Martinez was perplexed and dismayed at the decision to award Chelsea their opening goal during Wigan's defeat at Stamford Bridge.

Coach Terry Connor is confident he will remain in charge of Wolverhampton until the end of the season despite their latest defeat at Stoke.

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