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Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock claimed West Brom's Craig Dawson got away with "assault" after his challenge on Julian Speroni.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger saluted Alexis Sanchez after seeing the summer signing capitalise on Sunderland's generosity to claim a match-winning double.
Swansea boss Garry Monk praised his players for standing up to the pressure after claiming a first win in six Barclays Premier League games.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman was more satisfied by his side's performance against Stoke than their annihilation of Sunderland last week.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers vowed to stick with Mario Balotelli after another goalless but encouraging display against Hull.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits Mario Balotelli has plenty of work to do to prove he is good enough to be at the club.
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Everton boss Roberto Martinez expressed his "immense pride" for the club's "incredible" fans after a turbulent 24 hours building up to Thursday evening's 0-0 Europa League draw at Lille.