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Saturday, May 5, 2012


Arsenal Coach Arsene Wenger admits he will seek to move some of Arsenal's strikers out of the club in the summer in order to give them more play time. Aston Villa Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish says Fabian Delph, Chris Herd and James Collins' behaviour in an incident at a nightclub is a 'slur on the club'. Blackburn Blackburn Rovers are hoping that Martin Olsson will be available for the clash with Wigan at Ewood Park after missing the last three games. Bolton Bolton star Lee Chung-yong is set to feature for Wanderers' reserves as he continues his recovery from the broken leg he suffered last summer. Chelsea Frank Lampard says Chelsea's resurgence under Roberto Di Matteo will mean nothing if they lose both the FA Cup and Champions League finals. Everton Everton manager David Moyes says his only motivation for the remainder of the season is finishing as high as possible in the Premier League. Fulham Martin Jol has dismissed rumours linking Clint Dempsey with a move to Liverpool and remains hopeful the Fulham hitman will sign a new contract. Liverpool Boss Kenny Dalglish admits there is plenty of nervous tension inside the Liverpool camp as they ready themselves for an FA Cup final showdown. Manchester City Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has praised Tottenham winger Gareth Bale, but has played down talk of a summer swoop for the Wales star. Manchester United Benfica playmaker Nicolas Gaitan would welcome the opportunity to discuss a summer switch to Manchester United, according to his representative. Newcastle United Manager Alan Pardew has played down Newcastle's chances of securing Champions League football, believing they are the outsiders in the race. Norwich City Paul Lambert is looking for Norwich to end the 2011-12 campaign on a high and provide a fitting ending to what has been a 'fairytale' season. Queens Park Rangers QPR boss Mark Hughes is a 'little disappointed' that the FA chose to appoint Roy Hodgson as England boss in the midst of the relegation run-in. Stoke City Stoke City head coach Tony Pulis has accepted Cameron Jerome's claims that the striker has not been given enough opportunities this season. Sunderland Martin O'Neill has reiterated his intention to keep the likes of Stephane Sessegnon at Sunderland as he plots forward progress for the club. Swansea City Brendan Rodgers has accused Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini of being disrespectful to Swansea as they prepare to face Manchester United. Tottenham Harry Redknapp believes it would be impossible for him to replace Luka Modric and has called on Spurs to do all they can to retain his services. West Brom Roy Hodgson has been backed to deal with the egos in the England squad and improve their quality by his West Brom number two Keith Downing. Wigan Athletic Roberto Martinez welcomes the praise he and his players are receiving but admits it will count for nothing if Wigan do not finish the job. Wolverhampton Coach Terry Connor has challenged Wolves to end a disastrous campaign on a high to make sure fans and the club feel ready for next season.

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