Quotes of the Weekend

“I just think there are worse things in the world than missing a penalty.”

Mark Noble in the Guardian before the Chelsea-Match;
Noble’s penalty against Chelsea was saved by Petr Cech

“When you get that stick you just want to prove them wrong and shut them up. I think we did that. Walking home with three points and them walking home with nothing, you can’t buy that and they can’t buy that.”
Abused Chelsea skipper John Terry expressed his emotions
after Chelsea’s goal against West Ham (cf. also this article in the Mail)

“Howard Webb is supposed to be our best ref, but if he’s the best I’d hate to see the worst.”
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp criticised the penalty
that turned the game in favour of Manchester United
after his team’s
2-5 defeat at Old Trafford

“That hasn’t gone for us but maybe we will get one at home next week against Manchester United.”
Middlesbrough boss Gareth Southgate still dreaming
after
another defeat of his relegation strugglers against Arsenal
(Emanuel Pogatetz is still out of the team due to injury)

“There’s no guarantee we’ll be in the top seven in four games time, a lot can happen before then. Four other teams, plus ourselves can take it and it depends on who can keep their season going to the death and get the right results.”
Fulham manager Roy Hodgson didn’t want to get carried away after his team’s
1-0 win against Stoke which helped them leapfrog West Ham in the table

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