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Tuesday, April 10, 2012


Thomas Vermaelen insists Arsenal are not bothered whether they have inflicted a fatal blow to Manchester City's Premier League title hopes.

Aston Villa
Alex McLeish could not fault the effort of Villa players against Stoke, but conceded there was a lack of quality about his inexperienced side.

Blackburn head coach Steve Kean is hoping Liverpool will have one eye on their weekend FA Cup semi-final when the sides clash at Ewood Park.

Bolton boss Owen Coyle has complained about the supposed lack of luck of bottom teams at the hands of referees after the defeat to Newcastle.


Everton striker Magaye Gueye is hoping his goal in the victory over Sunderland will earn him a place in their squad for the FA Cup semi-final.


Daniel Agger has admitted Liverpool are not good enough to be competing at the top, as they face the prospect of a worst season since 1994.

Manchester City
Mario Balotelli has apologised for his red card at Arsenal and expects to hold talks with Man City about his future at the end of the season.

Manchester United
Ryan Giggs feels Manchester United's Premier League campaign will deserve special praise if his side manage to wrap up a record 20th title.

Newcastle United
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew hopes Hatem Ben Arfa's wonder goal in their victory over Bolton earns the Frenchman a place at Euro 2012.

Norwich City
Paul Lambert hailed Norwich's display in the win over Tottenham and believes they possess several players who deserve international call-ups.

Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers boss Mark Hughes has confirmed that Joey Barton did not play at Man Utd because he could not trust him not to get booked.

Stoke City
Stoke City manager Tony Pulis was disappointed to come away with only a point from Villa Park after his side came from behind to secure a draw.

Sunderland head coach Martin O'Neill conceded his side were second best against Everton, but has refused to blame tiredness for their defeat.

Swansea City
Assistant manager Colin Pascoe recognises Swansea need to take their chances in front of goal, but insists they will not change their style.

Harry Redknapp believes it will now be tough for Tottenham Hotspur to pinch third spot from Arsenal following their surprise defeat to Norwich.

West Brom
Liam Ridgewell believes Ben Foster is a match for England number one Joe Hart and has urged West Brom to sign the keeper on a permanent basis.

Wigan Athletic
James McArthur believes Wigan will avoid the drop if they can maintain the form they showed against Chelsea for the remainder of the season.

Alan Curbishley would be open to the possibility of joining Wolves in the summer - despite rejecting the chance to coach the team in February.

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