The Premier League season draws to a conclusion this weekend with the title race, Champions League places up for grabs, while Bolton face a tough trip to Stoke as they look to secure their Premier League future. It promises to be a nerve jangling afternoon with plenty of twists and turns in store for those all involved.
In the news today we have seen Roberto Mancini claim City are deserving of the title; Arsene Wenger praising the Europa League, while Kenny Dalglish defends his performance as Liverpool manager.
Roberto Mancini believes that Manchester City deserve to win the title as they have played the better football over the course of the season – Guardian
Kenny Dalglish was on the defensive yesterday and felt the club is in a better position than it was some 16 months ago when he took over the football club – Guardian
Sir Alex Ferguson believes the pressure is on Manchester City and called upon Queens Park Rangers to do an Aberdeen and go and upset the odds – Guardian
Harry Redknapp has conceded that Scott Parker is a doubt for the Euro Championships due to his Achilles injury – Guardian
Alan Pardew believes that Champions League qualification would give Newcastle what they need to cement themselves in the Premier League elite in years to come – Daily Telegraph
Arsene Wenger has praised the Europa League as a competition and believes some of the games are more entertaining than the Champions League at times – Independent
Darren Bent believes he can make a late push for a Euro’s place as he continues to make giant strides from his ankle injury that has sidelined him for months – Independent
Michel Vorm has ruled out a move to Arsenal by claiming he is happy at Swansea and playing for the best footballing side in the country – Mirror
Roberto Di Matteo revealed he is unsure as to whether tomorrow’s game against Blackburn will be his last at Stamford Bridge as a Chelsea boss – Sun
Talk of Gareth Bale moving to Barcelona has been branded as nonsense by Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp – Metro