John Terry has finally been criticised in public by his employers, Chelsea, for his use of racially abusive language in the infamous confrontation with Anton Ferdinand, with the manager, Roberto Di Matteo, saying that the defender had damaged the club's image and let everybody down.
Sir Alex Ferguson has condemned Jason Roberts for refusing to wear a Kick It Out T-Shirt during the weekend's Premier League games, with the Scot claiming the Reading striker is "trying to put himself on a different pedestal to everyone else".
Brendan Rodgers has said he will not abandon the principles that led to the sack at Reading for a "quick fix" at Liverpool, though claims he is a better, more clinical manager for his abrupt departure from the Madejski Stadium.
Mark Hughes has insisted that it is "only a matter of time" before he revives QPR's flatlining season and says he is not worried by speculation linking Harry Redknapp with Loftus Road.
Sheffield Wednesday's manager, Dave Jones, described Leeds United supporters as "vile animals" and demanded they be banned from all away games after his goalkeeper Chris Kirkland was attacked and shoved to the ground during Friday night's Yorkshire derby at Hillsborough.
Liverpool’s Joe Allen has played down the comparisons being made between him and Croatian playmaker Luka Modric, claiming they are premature.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has stated his disinterest in recent claims from Yaya Toure’s agent that the player is looking for a new challenge.
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