Morning Report: March 27

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Sir Alex Ferguson admitted last night Manchester United were lucky to win against Fulham after they went three points clear at the top of the table.

Fulham were denied a penalty late in the game much to the frustration of Martin Jol, who claimed referee Michael Olivier has not been "brave enough".

Scott Parker believes both Tottenham and Bolton are in the right frame of mind ahead of tonight's rescheduled quarter-final clash at White Hart Lane.

Parker said everyone has been delighted with Fabrice Muamba's recovery after the Bolton midfielder suffered a cardiac arrest at Tottenham ten days ago.

Elsewhere, Andre Villas-Boas has emerged as the favourite to become the next Inter Milan manager after Claudio Ranieri was sacked yesterday.


Manchester City have decided to sell Edin Dzeko at the end of the season, with Juventus, Real Madrid and Arsenal all targeting the Bosnian. (Daily Mail)

Arsene Wenger is targeting Rennes midfielder Yann M'Vila and Anderlecht captain Lucas Biglia he looks to reinforce his midfield. (The Telegraph)

And finally, Liverpool have reportedly offered trials to three of Ghana's "brightest young talents" - Bright Gyenfi, James Akaminko and Nurudeen Amed. (Sky Sports)

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