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Wigan boss Paul Cook hailed the “never-say-die attitude” of his players after late goals from substitutes Lee Evans and Michael Jacobs secured a 2-0 win against Blackburn at the DW Stadium.
Birmingham head coach Pep Clotet admitted his team were “dead and buried” before they somehow salvaged a 3-3 draw at home to struggling Hull.
Gary Gardner scored twice to rescue a point for Birmingham and deny Hull after the visitors led twice in a 3-3 draw at St Andrew’s.
Boss Nuno Espirito Santo demanded Wolves maintain their standards to keep their Champions League challenge on track.
Roy Hodgson still hopes Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke will be available to bolster Crystal Palace’s “weak” forward line in time for Monday’s Premier League clash with Burnley.
Watford manager Nigel Pearson believes his side can beat anybody at their best and wants February’s victory over Liverpool to be the benchmark.
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner believes the club’s hunger for success will not diminish in the wake of their maiden Premier League title win and is hopeful of “another period of sustained success”.
Kevin De Bruyne claims Manchester City will not dwell on losing the Premier League in what could still be an “unbelievable season”.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is excited to see how Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes develop together as the Manchester United manager once again reiterated his intention to keep the France midfielder.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted it hurt to see bitter rivals Liverpool end their long wait for a league title, but the Manchester United manager believes it will be tough for them to match Sir Alex Ferguson’s period of prolonged success.
Brendan Rodgers insists he is not worried by the chasing pack as Leicester look to close out Champions League qualification.
Steve Bruce admits he still cannot believe his luck as he prepares to lead home-town club Newcastle into FA Cup quarter-final battle with Manchester City.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp sounded an ominous warning to their rivals that his newly-crowned, runaway Premier League champions “will not stop” in their quest for more trophies.
Jurgen Klopp hailed his Liverpool players for “writing their own history” after they won the Premier League title.
Liverpool’s long wait for a league title was finally ended after 30 years when Manchester City’s defeat to Chelsea handed a 19th championship to the club.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes winning the FA Cup could provide the catalyst for bigger and better things at Manchester United.
Former Liverpool striker and five-time title winner Ian Rush believes the newly-crowned Premier League champions will continue to break records.