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Morning Report: March 22

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Roberto Mancini hailed the impact of Carlos Tevez last night as Manchester City came from behind to beat Chelsea - and move within a point of Manchester United.

The Argentinian striker, returning to the side after almost six months, came on as a substitute to provide the assist for the winning goal.

Elsewhere last night, Kenny Dalglish was at a loss to explain his side's capitulation at QPR, where Liverpool threw away a two goal lead.

Elsewhere, three points at Everton saw Arsenal move into third, above Tottenham who only managed a point at home against Stoke City.

TRANSFER NEWS

Chelsea are being linked with a move for Newcastle United striker Demba Ba as the Stamford Bridge club look to bolster their options in attack. (The Guardian)

Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool are all interested in signing Blackburn winger Junior Hoilett, who likes certain to leave Ewood Park this summer. (Goal.com)

And finally, West Bromich Albion are keen to sign on loan goalkeeper Ben Foster on a permanent deal from Birmingham City. (Daily Mail)

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