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Thursday, April 19, 2012


Arsenal's Robin van Persie admits he was far from confident he could play as a main striker, but now believes he can become even more lethal.

Aston Villa
Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish is hopeful he will be able to welcome back Albrighton, Herd, Clark and Warnock from injury against Sunderland.

Gael Givet has denied claims that he 'refused to play' for Blackburn against Swansea City and insisted it was the coach who made the decision.

Bolton Wanderers coach Owen Coyle still harbours hopes of Gregg Wylde featuring at some stage this season, following his arrival from Rangers.

Didier Drogba scored his fifth Champions League goal as Chelsea took a one-goal lead over Barcelona following the match at Stamford Bridge.

Fabian Giefer's agent claims Everton are among four clubs interested in signing the Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper in the summer transfer market.

Fulham captain Danny Murphy is hoping the Cottagers can match their best-ever Premier League finish by securing seventh place this season.

Crewe Alexandra have confirmed that midfield starlet Dan Smith has signed for Liverpool in a deal reportedly worth GBP250,000 to the Alex.

Manchester City
Joleon Lescott has dismissed suggestions that Mario Balotelli is to blame for Manchester City falling behind in the Premier League title race.

Manchester United
David de Gea hopes his stunning last-gasp save at Chelsea in February will turn out to be the defining moment of Manchester United's season.

Newcastle United
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew insists he has no problem with difficult or enigmatic characters in football thanks to his humble roots as a player.

Norwich City
Andrew Surman says the painful memories of Norwich's recent 6-1 thumping by Manchester City will spur them on to a winning end of the season.

Queens Park Rangers
Shaun Derry believes Wigan's win at Arsenal on Monday is proof that QPR cannot rely on other teams to do them favours in the relegation battle.

Stoke City
Danny Higginbotham is feeling back to his best after a loan spell at Nottingham Forest but accepts his future at Stoke is out of his hands.

Matt Kilgallon knows he faces a battle to keep hold of his place in Sunderland's starting line-up with John O'Shea back in training again.

Swansea City
Swansea defender Alan Tate has been ruled out for two to three weeks with the calf injury he suffered before the Blackburn game on Saturday.

Spurs ace Rafael van der Vaart believes the Premier League is the toughest division in the world, admitting it is hard to maintain his fitness.

West Brom
West Brom boss Roy Hodgson has confirmed that he will be taking no risks over his injured players with the club safely in mid-table position.

Wigan Athletic
Wigan goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi has defended his tactics at Arsenal on Monday - and Gary Caldwell has accused the Gunners of lacking dignity.

Wolves have recalled goalkeeper Carl Ikeme from his loan spell at Doncaster Rovers with Wayne Hennessey sidelined for the rest of the season.

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