Danny Guthrie hopes to win back Reading fans' trust | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Reading midfielder Danny Guthrie hopes to win back the fans’ trust. Reading midfielder Danny Guthrie hopes to win back the fans’ trust.Guthrie was disciplined by the club after refusing to travel with the Royals squad for their game with Sunderland on 11 December.”I do feel I’ve got a point to prove. Obviously, it’s been a difficult few weeks,” he told the club’s official website.”I worked my socks off and I’ll only get better. It was a really good starting point for me.”It was nice for the fans to give me their backing. I noticed that at (the 1-0 defeat at) Man City when I came on they were behind me and being at home it was nice.”I want to kick on from here. They had a right to (jeer at me) and I was prepared for that. But it was a nice boost before the game.”

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Bryan Ruiz: I don't regret Fulham move | Transfers | Tribal Football

Fulham winger Bryan Ruiz has no regrets over his move to London.The former FC Twente star now feels comfortable at Premier League level. Fulham winger Bryan Ruiz has no regrets over his move to London.The former FC Twente star now feels comfortable at Premier League level.”If you want to reach the top, you have to go through valleys. It’s not as easy as it may seem from the outside. I can now confidently say that I’ve made the right choice.”Someday, yes, I hope to return to Enschede. It is the club that has given me the best. But I can honestly say I do not regret my choice to go to Fulham,” said Ruiz.

Swansea keeper Vorm delighted with Laudrup backing | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm is delighted to be back between the posts.The Dutchman returned from injury for last week’s draw with Manchester United. Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm is delighted to be back between the posts.The Dutchman returned from injury for last week’s draw with Manchester United.”I know myself that with my experience I can fairly quickly pick things up. In this team, it is very easy to get back into it. I do not think you could have noticed that I have been out for eight weeks,” said Vorm.”The trainer (Michael Laudrup) was immediately clear: If you come back, you play. I was quite happy with that.”

Ricki Lambert: Southampton self-belief returning | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Southampton striker Ricki Lambert felt they deserved their point at Fulham.Lambert revealed the team are starting to believe they can avoid the drop at the end of the season. Southampton striker Ricki Lambert felt they deserved their point at Fulham.Lambert revealed the team are starting to believe they can avoid the drop at the end of the season.“When you’re coming away to these grounds and you can see the players in the teams, you’ve got to believe that you’re not only as good as them but that you can take points of them and that’s what we’re starting to believe game by game.”

Liverpool target Turan: I want to play for Europe's biggest clubs | Transfers | Tribal Football

Arda Turan admits he’s considering his options at Atletico Madrid.The Turkey international has been linked with Liverpool and is a self-confessed Reds fan. Arda Turan admits he’s considering his options at Atletico Madrid.The Turkey international has been linked with Liverpool and is a self-confessed Reds fan.”My goal is to play for one of the five or six biggest clubs in Europe. My dream is to win the Champions League,” he said.

Arsenal attacker Podolski happy with Wenger management | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Arsenal attacker Lukas Podolski has enjoyed his first six months with manager Arsene Wenger.Podolski says he appreciates Wenger’s management. Arsenal attacker Lukas Podolski has enjoyed his first six months with manager Arsene Wenger.Podolski says he appreciates Wenger’s management.”Wenger is a top coach and top manager,” said the German to Kicker. “His philosophy is clear and he is very consistent.”I like that.”

Man Utd matchwinner Chicharito: Early misses didn't weigh me down | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez was happy to hold his nerve for the winner against Newcastle United. Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez was happy to hold his nerve for the winner against Newcastle United.It looked like being a frustrating afternoon for the Mexican, who failed to convert two clear chances to give United a priceless victory.But he kept strong for the late winner.”I didn’t have those things in my mind,” he said. “You cannot afford to regret every chance you miss because if you do you will never be concentrated for the next opportunity.”You are never going to play the perfect game. You will never score five goals from five opportunities.”That is the beauty of football.”The most important thing was the win because here there are no heroes.”It doesn’t matter if I score in the last minute or we score four goals. We won and Manchester City lost. That is very good news.”