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Paul Walsh salutes Chelsea's signing of Cesc but says Aston Villa's lack of signings puts them in peril.
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Garry Monk hit out at the officials following Swansea's defeat at Stoke, branding a debatable penalty call 'a disgrace'.
Liverpool must improve their set-piece defending before taking on Real Madrid, says Jamie Carragher.
Vito Mannone believes Sunderland's travelling fans should be reimbursed after the 8-0 hammering at Southampton.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp has hit out at Adel Taarabt, claiming he “can’t keep protecting people who don’t want to train”.
Brendan Rodgers admits Liverpool were 'very, very lucky' to leave QPR with three points following a dramatic 3-2 win.
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Mario Balotelli's form remains a worry despite being on the winning team for Liverpool at Queens Park Rangers
It isn't often that a team wins 3-2 despite only scoring once but Liverpool profited from a huge slice of fortune at QPR thanks to own goals from Richard Dunne and Steven Caulker.
"Who are better than me? The two extra-terrestrials, Ronaldo and Messi, Ibrahimovic, Ribéry and Robben. They make the difference almost every game."