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Tuesday, April 3, 2012


Boss Arsene Wenger's top target Yann M'Vila has admitted he would love to join one of either Arsenal, Inter Milan or Real Madrid in the summer.

Aston Villa
Sunderland coach Martin O'Neill is being linked with a summer bid for Aston Villa defender Stephen Warnock, who could move for GBP2.5 million.

Antonio Valencia scored his 4th Premier League goal to condemned Blackburn to their 10th home defeat following the match versus Manchester Utd.

Owen Coyle has told Bolton to keep the momentum going after picking up another three points at Wolves because everyone around them is winning.

Frank Lampard has suggested that Chelsea caretaker boss Roberto Di Matteo has been a better man-manager than his predecessor Andre Villas-Boas.

Everton are one of six Premier League clubs keeping close tabs on Nottingham Forest's Gareth McCleary, who is out of contract in the summer.

Martin Jol has pleaded with Clint Dempsey to sign a new deal to keep him at Craven Cottage after another all-action display from the American.

It was reported that Liverpool have decided not to appeal against the red card shown to goalkeeper Pepe Reina for violent conduct at Newcastle.

Manchester City
Atletico Madrid ace Radamel Falcao has played down talk linking him with moves to Manchester City, insisting that he is happy win the La Liga.

Manchester United
Antonio Valencia scored his 4th Premier League goal as Manchester United registered their 12th home win following the match against Blackburn.

Newcastle United
Boss Alan Pardew says Papiss Cisse has 'confidence oozing out of him' but insists he never doubted he would be anything but a hit at Newcastle.

Norwich City
Norwich are one of six Premier League clubs keeping close tabs on Nottingham Forest's Gareth McCleary, who is out of contract in the summer.

Queens Park Rangers
QPR head coach Mark Hughes has warned Adel Taarabt to channel his skills correctly and consistently if he is to become a Premier League star.

Stoke City
Stoke boss Tony Pulis could be without wingers Matthew Etherington and Jermaine Pennant for their next matches against Wolves and Aston Villa.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill admits he is yet to think about signing Danish international Nicklas Bendtner from Arsenal on a permanent basis.

Swansea City
Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins has insisted he will do everything in his power to keep hold of manager Brendan Rodgers during the summer.

Tottenham midfielder Gareth Bale has admitted he would not turn down a move to Barcelona or Real Madrid if they came calling in the summer.

West Brom
Chris Brunt Chris Brunt has called for cool heads to ensure West Brom do not become embroiled in the bitter fight for Premier League survival.

Wigan Athletic
Midfielder James McCarthy admits it is about time Wigan started getting results from their performances after winning their last two matches.

Michael Kightly has admitted that Wolves are unlikely to stay up but has urged his team-mates to keep fighting until the end of the season.

La Liga

Athletic Bilbao
It was reported that Manchester United are prepared to fork out GBP28 million needed to lure Javi Martinez from Athletic Bilbao to Old Trafford.

Atletico Madrid
Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone has underlined the importance of his side taking the early lead against Getafe when the match was tight.

Tottenham midfielder Gareth Bale has admitted he would not turn down a move to Barcelona or Real Madrid if they came calling in the summer.

Espanyol coach Mauricio Pochettino believes his side should have beaten Villarreal, but his players failed to take their chances in the game.

Getafe coach Luis Garcia has conceded that Atletico deserved to win, as his side completely failed to play their usual game in the second half.

Granada are in 11th place in the Fair Play chart with 101 penalty points after accumulating 87 yellow cards and 7 red cards so far this season.

Levante coach Juan Ignacio Martinez said he is optimistic about the end of the season and admitted that clearly they are dreaming of Europe.

Osasuna president Patxi Izco revealed that Malaga have paid them the EUR2 million owed for the transfer of Nacho Monreal after 3 months delay.

Osasuna president Patxi Izco revealed that Malaga have paid them the EUR2 million owed for the transfer of Nacho Monreal after 3 months delay.

Racing Santander
Racing defender Bernardo insisted his team are not giving up and that there is still time for them to get out of their difficult situation.

Rayo Vallecano
Rayo coach Jose Ramon Sandoval does not understand how his team could lost so clearly to Sociedad, insisting they did not deserve the result.

Real Betis
Real Betis defender Mario Alvarez could miss the rest of the season after going for surgery as his injury did not respond well to treatment.

Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo has denied rumours linking him with a move away from Real Madrid, insisting he wants to remain working under Jose Mourinho.

Real Mallorca

Real Sociedad
Real Sociedad coach Philippe Montanier was very pleased with the victory over Rayo, as his players did not rely on other team's weaknesses.

Real Zaragoza
Real Zaragoza are in 14th place in the Fair Play chart with 105 penalty points after accumulating 93 yellow cards and 6 red cards this season.


Sporting Gijon
Sporting are in 8th place in the Fair Play chart with 92 penalty points after accumulating 84 yellow cards and 4 red cards so far this season.

Coach Unai Emery insists he does not fear losing Valencia's Champions League place, but he has obligations to change the team's current dynamic.

Villarreal coach Miguel Angel Lotina was disappointed about the goalless draw with Espanyol, as it was important to get the 3 points at home.

Serie A

AC Milan
Milan have reportedly reached an agreement to purchase the other half of Stephan El Shaarawy's contract from Genoa at the end of the season.

AS Roma
Roma coach Luis Enrique said the Giallorossi will continue to believe in third place and are looking to notch up a string of positive results.

The probe into the alleged match fixing betting scandal involving last season's Bari squad has seen Atalanta defender Andrea Masiello arrested.

Bologna coach Stefano Pioli insisted that his team had a good performance in the defeat to Palermo, but was made to pay for their mistakes.

Massimo Ficcadenti was delighted with Cagliari's performance against Atalanta and believes they could have sealed the game in the first half.

Director Pietro Lo Monaco does not believe other clubs are serious about their interest in his services and he underlined his focus on Catania.

Coach Mario Beretta was pleased with Cesena's display against Lecce and wants his players to show the same spirit for the rest of the season.

Chievo coach Domenico Di Carlo was delighted with their crucial win over Fiorentina and revealed that Sergio Pellissier was carrying an injury.

It was reported that Fiorentina chiefs may consider axing Delio Rossi in favour of recalling Sinisa Mihajlovic, who was sacked last November.

Genoa have dispensed with the services of Coach Pasquale Marino and brought back Alberto Malesani in his place following the defeat to Inter.

Inter Milan
Massimo Moratti is convinced that new coach Andrea Stramaccioni has already made a difference at Inter following the display against Genoa.

Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal has admitted he scored a spectacular goal against Napoli - but underlined that the win was what mattered most.

Bad news for Lazio coach Edy Reja as defender Andre Dias is sidelined for 20 days due to muscle injury and will only return for Udinese clash.

Lecce coach Serse Cosmi said it was not easy for his team to keep a cool head and finish off chances in the disappointing draw with Cesena.

Walter Mazzarri has admitted that Napoli fell away after Arturo Vidal's stunning goal and also lost their heads due to Juventus' physicality.

Novara coach Attilio Tesser believes the 5-2 results against Roma was too harsh and that the Giallorossi should have had a player sent off.

Palermo coach Bortolo Mutti has praised the performance of his youngsters and stated that their away win to Bologna has allowed them to relax.

Parma are in 10th place in the Fair Play chart with 70 penalty points after accumulating 66 yellow cards and 2 red cards so far this season.

Siena coach Giuseppe Sannino admitted his team put on an extraodinarily vigorious to beat Udinese, but warned more sacrifice will be needed.

Udinese head coach Francesco Guidolin has conceded that his team are currently facing some problems, but they are still fighting for Europe.