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Friday, April 13, 2012


On-loan Arsenal midfielder Yossi Benayoun plans to hold talks with parent club Chelsea over his future when he returns at the end of June.

Aston Villa
Carlos Cuellar is impressed with Villa's youngsters and believes they can be counted to help secure the points needed in their final games.

Manager Steve Kean insists there are still plenty of points to play for and Blackburn are not feeling downbeat about their survival chances.

Southend have opted against extending the loan stay of Bolton striker Jack Sampson as the teenager continues to struggle with a leg injury.

Chelsea's top-four hopes haven taken a blow after defender Branislav Ivanovic was found guilty of violent conduct and handed a three-match ban.

Tim Howard insists Everton are not out to settle old scores when they face rivals Liverpool in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on Saturday.

Aberdeen manager Craig Brown has told midfielder Fraser Fyvie he is too good to play for Fulham, who could renew their bid for the teenager.

Liverpool chief Tom Werner has made assurances over the future of Kenny Dalglish, insisting he has the 'full support' of the club's owners.

Manchester City
Paraguayan striker Roque Santa Cruz said he is happy with life at Real Betis, but admitted that everything depends on his parent club Man City.

Manchester United
It was reported that Juventus have offered Manchester United youngster Paul Pogba a EUR1.2 million a-year-salary to play for the Bianconeri.

Newcastle United
Alan Pardew expects Demba Ba to rediscover his touch in front of goal after the Newcastle striker found himself in an uncharacteristic drought.

Norwich City
Tom Adeyemi has returned to parent club Norwich City after Oldham decided not to renew his loan deal for the final four games of the season.

Queens Park Rangers
Midfielder Akos Buzsaky concedes Queens Park Rangers are fighting for their lives and has pledged to do his utmost to help avoid relegation.

Stoke City
Stoke chairman Peter Coates has warned against shopping solely in the foreign market because of the success Newcastle have enjoyed this season.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill has rubbished speculation linking striker Stephane Sessegnon with a summer move away from the Stadium of Light.

Swansea City
Brendan Rodgers was disappointed with Swansea's display against QPR, but believes his team will pick themselves up in their remaining matches.

Gareth Bale insists Tottenham Hotspur will beat Chelsea in this weekend's FA Cup semi-final because they have a better team than the Blues.

West Brom
West Brom boss Roy Hodgson insists 'no player should be bigger than his club' and that the manager should always be the most powerful figure.

Wigan Athletic
Dave Whelan is adamant Wigan will not blemish the memory of their momentous victory over Man Utd by succumbing to Premier League relegation.

Wolves winger Michael Kightly has admitted there are 'a million and one reasons' why his side are staring relegation in the face this season.

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