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THAT WAS THE WEEKEND THAT WAS
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There will not be a lot of change in the way we play; it's we score, you score. But we are quite capable of winning the championship, make no mistake about that.

Terry McDermott on Kevin Keegan's legacy.

Our problem is a question of balance. We have too many forward players on the pitch.

Joe Royle, with too few defenders to pick, unwittingly confirms that the Keegan method will never be his.

There is no reason why we cannot put a run together and start to climb the table. As things are, one win can take you up to about 11th.

Harry Redknapp, unconcerned with West Ham's lowly position.

I would rather be bottom now when there is something we can do about it.

Bryan Robson, trying to be unconcerned with Middlesbrough's position, but failing.

Dennis is very distressed and surprised. He is not the kind of player who makes fouls. But I will not make a judgment on the referee, I'll leave that to you.

Arsene Wenger, on the dismissal of Bergkamp at Sunderland.

The referee had a very poor game. It was played in good spirit and yet he books six players, which I thought was very sad.

George Graham, happy to offer judgements at Leeds.

We dug in when we had to and worked really hard. I was as delighted with the effort as the result.

Stuart Pearce, pleased with Nottingham Forest's latest step towards safety

For me it was a boring game. We had a lot of possession and created nothing, they had two shots and scored two goals.

Ruud Gullit, unimpressed with the match.

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