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Premier League bulletin: All the latest news from your club - November 7, 2011

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07 Nov 2011 12:44:53

Premier League bulletin: All the latest news from your club - November 7, 2011

Every day, Sportsmail brings you a 60-second round-up of all the latest news from your Barclays Premier League club. Scroll down to find out what's happening with your team today... ARSENALDespite an impressive start to his Arsenal career, Mikel Arteta has claimed that he has had no time to settle since arriving from Everton transfer deadline day. Click here for all the latest Arsenal news ASTON VILLAAlex McLeish has hit out at claims he will have to sell star striker Darren Bent in January, one year after signing him, describing the rumours as 'utter nonsense'. Click here for all the latest Aston Villa news BLACKBURN Under-fire Steve Kean has hit out at fans demanding his exit, by stating the players are fed up with the campaigns seen at the last four homes games. Click here for all the latest Blackburn news BOLTON Joe Riley described his impressive Premier League debut as a dream after Bolton hammered Stoke 5-0 to avenge last season's FA Cup semi-final loss by the same score. Click here for all the latest Bolton news CHELSEA Frank Lampard admitted Chelsea were fortunate to hang on to their 1-0 win at Blackburn after the hosts spurned a number of late chances to equalise at Ewood Park. Click here for all the latest Chelsea news EVERTON Phil Jagielka has admitted that confidence and morale is low at the club after Everton suffered their fifth defeat in six league games at Newcastle. Click here for all the latest Everton news FULHAM Stephen Kelly has claimed that despite the 'gutting' 3-1 defeat against Tottenham, it was the best the Cottagers have played all season under Martin Jol. Click here for all the latest Fulham news LIVERPOOL Steven Gerrard looks on course to return in two weeks' time from an ankle infection after Kenny Dalglish described his treatment as''hugely encouraging'. Click here for all the latest Liverpool news MANCHESTER CITYMario Balotelli's recent resurgence at Manchester City hasn't gone unnoticed after being named Player of the Month for the first time by supporters. Click here for all the latest Manchester City news MANCHESTER UNITEDAnders Lindegaard hailed the return of the defensive partnership between Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic after the 1-0 win against Sunderland at Old Trafford. Click here for all the latest Manchester United news NEWCASTLE Alan Pardew aims to bolster his defence with the capture of ?2million rated Birmingham defender Liam Ridgewell in January. West Brom are also interested in the player. Click here for all the latest Newcastle news NORWICHNorwich midfielder Anthony Pilkington praised the efforts of his team-mates for 'fighting until the end' in the Canaries' 3-2 defeat at Aston Villa. Click here for all the latest Norwich news QPRQPR are set to miss out on Mansfield's highly rated defender Tom Naylor, with the 20-year-old poised to join Derby County permanently in January. Click here for all the latest QPR news STOKETony Pulis slammed his players after Stoke's 5-0 defeat at Bolton, describing the game as one of the worst performances in his time as manager. Click here for all the latest Stoke news SUNDERLANDStriker Connor Wickham is due to undergo a scan on Monday to see the full extent of the injury he suffered in the 1-0 defeat at Manchester United. Click here for all the latest Sunderland news SWANSEABrendan Rodgers has hailed Liverpool fans' respect towards his team after they gave Swansea a standing ovation following the 0-0 draw at Anfield. Click here for all the latest Swansea news TOTTENHAMDespite winning seven of their last eight games, Rafael van der Vaart believes Tottenham must improve to become Premier League title contenders. Click here for all the latest Tottenham news WEST BROMRoy Hodgson claimed his team would have put up more of a fight in their 3-0 loss at Arsenal if they had key strikers Peter Odemwingie and Shane Long. Click here for all the latest West Brom news WIGANRoberto Martinez admitted his side have a fragile confidence and are struggling to lift themselves following their eighth straight Premier League defeat at Wolves. Click here for all the latest Wigan news WOLVESDave Edwards has paid tribute to Mick McCarthy for 'taking the pressure' after Wolves ended their eight game winless streak against Wigan. Click here for all the latest Wolves news


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