Premiership Manager Press Conferences

What to look out for in the game week 37 press conferences

What to look out for in this week’s manager press conferences.

European teams – Liverpool and Man City

The first thing to look out for in the midweek managers press conferences again this week is how the players playing in Europe come out of their games particularly the likes of Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva for Manchester city. If Liverpool go through against Villarreal then Klopp will probably make a lot of changes possibly the whole side.

Leicester

Claudio Ranieri’s press conference will obviously be all about the title but with the whole squad celebrating heavily it’s hard to see what team he will play. They will still want to win on the day they are presenting with the trophy.

Arsenal and Manchester United

Both teams still have to try and get into the top 4 although it looks like Arsenal could still get 2nd if Spurs drop points. They will both play full strength sides although United still have the FA cup to think about.

Crystal Palace

Alan Pardew put out a full strength side against Newcastle although that could have been because of the former club link. With the FA cup final coming up Pardew may make changes this week.

Newcastle

Rafa Benitez has found a decent centre half partnership in Lascelles and Mbemba and will probably stick with them even with Coloccini back. Cisse has been preferred up front but he may be replaced with Mitrovic at the weekend.

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12 thoughts on “What to look out for in the game week 37 press conferences

  1. Thanks Jimbob :thumbup:

    Leicester play their last home game of the season, so I think Ranieri will field his strongest side. I would keep at least one Leicester player with the erratic Everton paying a visit to the newly crowned champions.

      • @ChorleyRocks

        Possibly. But that still leaves 75 minutes for the established players against an Everton side that has kept on clean sheet in their last 10 games.
        I’m not suggesting bringing any Leicester players IN, but I do think its worth hanging on to at least one player if you have them

        • @OldGoat yeas, it’s a dilemma because I was planning on playing two Leicester defenders for this game, combined with an AOA chip. I am not sure I trust Leicester now.

  2. Originally posted by IvantheTerrible in the “Help My Team for GW37” thread

    *Pardew: “There’s no way Wilf will play this weekend, we don’t want to risk him. But he may play at Southampton.”
    *Pardew: “Bolasie is sick so we’re waiting on him and Mile has a slight knock”.
    *Martinez: “We are confident Phil Jagielka will be available for the last game of the season.”
    *Martinez on Barry and Coleman: “Gareth and Seamus have an outside chance of being involved at the weekend”.On Deulofeu: “it will be difficult to see him in any of the three games that are left”.
    *FA ban Huth and Fellaini for three matches due to violent conduct.

  3. From JK’s press conference:
    “We’ll need the help of the crowd because I’m not sure how many more games we’ve had than Watford.
    We’ll have a few changes and will try to do everything we can to win.
    We respect this league and want to have the best position we can get by the end of the season.
    Everyone could see it was intense on Thursday.”

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