Afternoon Report: March 19

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Fabrice Muamba is reportedly showing "small signs of improvement" Bolton have confirmed, with his heart beating without medication.

Meanwhile, Bolton captain Kevin Davies has said the club are focused on Fabrice Muamba's health amid talk they could pull out of the FA Cup.

Jolean Lescott is the latest Manchester City player to hail the return of Carlos Tevez, saying he believes the striker can help them win the title.

Elsewhere, Kenny Dalglish has praised Stewart Downing, who scored the winning goal in the Reds FA Cup quarter-final against Stoke City.


Dimitar Berbatov is set to leave Manchester United this summer, the player's agent has confirmed - to join another European league. (BBC Sport)

Arsenal and Liverpool are both tracking Udinese duo Medhi Benatia and Maurico Isla - with Napoli also interested. (talkSPORT)

And finally, reports emerged over the weekend that John Terry is a viable candidate to succeed Andre Villas-Boas as Chelsea manager. (ESPN)

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