Afternoon Report: November 27

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Chelsea fans have demanded an apology from new manager Rafael Benitez before they will get behind him.

The head of the Chelsea Supporters’ Group has claimed the relationship between the Spaniard and Blues fans would improve if he said sorry for comments he made about them while manager of Liverpool.

Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta has come to the defence of under fire manager Arsene Wenger after he was criticised by Gunners fans.

Arteta claimed Wenger’s decisions must be respected and insisted the Frenchman knew what was best for the club.

Sir Alex Ferguson has praised West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce, claiming he is “very underrated”.

The Manchester United boss was speaking ahead of the clash between the two sides at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has warned his strikers that they need to up their games.

The Italian claimed his front men were not working hard enough and were wasting too many chances.

Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas has said he is ready to make a call over his first choice goalkeeper.

Bred Friedel and Hugo Lloris have been battling for the number one spot, but the Portuguese coach admitted it was time for his side to be settled.

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