David Moyes: "I thought with 15 to 20 minutes to go the supporters were terrific - they drove the team on and they played a big part in getting the result. I thought in the end we had to go for it. I thought we did a lot of good things but an awful lot of really poor things that put us in the situation we were in. We got ourselves back in the game just before half-time only to concede from a poor, poor free-kick. That got us going in at half-time on a downer but I said at half-time your job is to win the game and you're more than capable of doing it. We needed the substitutes today and they made a big difference."
Mark Hughes: "I do think it was unjust, in terms of what we produced, the effort we put in and the chances we created. I certainly felt in the first half we could have been three or 4-1 to the good in terms of chances created. I didn't think United created much apart from the key moments that took the game away from us. We're really disappointed given the level of performance we produced. We had a game plan which needed commitment, it needed people to be brave and do the hard yards that affected the game, and that's what we did. I thought my players were excellent, they took the game to United and really shook them."
Brendan Rodgers: "It was a difficult summer for (Suarez) but it was for everyone and we managed as a club and he has managed himself well and he has come out the other side performing as he always done. I knew once I had got the commitment from him in the summer he has been great. He is a tireless worker and I knew if he stayed it was going to be the case of working in training as he's always done."
Steve Clarke: "We gave ourselves a mountain to climb as we started too slowly and by the time we got into the game we were 2-0 down. The first goal came from nothing, defensively it was disappointing, but the second is an unbelievable finish from the edge of the box and the fourth goal was also sublime - that finish put the icing on the cake. Some days you have to take your hat off to the opposition and say they were better and their front two caused us problems."
Keith Millen: "The last couple of days have been difficult obviously with Ian leaving, but from a work point of view it's been fantastic. It was about playing for the fans and I think the fans will have appreciated the effort and commitment. Their response to going one down against a world-class side made me proud, and I am just disappointed they didn't get something from the game that I felt they deserved."
Arsene Wenger: "We have a good ground to appeal (the Arteta red card). If he is only suspended for one game, I won't do it because he is suspended for Tuesday night (against Chelsea in the Capital One Cup) and anyway I would not have played him, but it was more this game that was at stake that you worry about. It was the wrong decision because it has to be a good goal-scoring opportunity," Wenger said. He was far from goal, it was an accidental foul, he was not the last man. I think the referee got that one wrong and after that we dealt well with the situation. We were mature, organised and didn't become nervous and we got the second goal. Szczesny made two very good saves at an important moment of the game."
Paul Lambert: "I think we have got to take our chances. We should have been three up. But I can't be too harsh on the lads. The penalty was a terrific save, I've just seen it again, and the second chance Christian did the right thing in going across the keeper. He just made another great save. They're big moments if you don't score. Their goalkeeper had a really good game but you don't score when you're well on top and we got caught."
Roberto Martinez: "We want (Lukaku) to fulfil his potential and he has got a terrific potential to fulfil. That's what the parent club want too - for him to play every minute, to experiment and to get himself to the next stage of his career. You can understand with the options Chelsea have they can allow Romelu to go to an environment for 10 months where he can really benefit. Chelsea get a player who can hopefully fulfil the potential we all know he has. He is benefiting from it and the Everton fans are loving every single second of seeing Romelu playing with energy, focus and quality. He's enjoying his football and enjoying the way he is fitting into the squad."
Chris Hughton: "It's absolutely frustrating. We had really long periods of control. Credit to Cardiff as they defended very well, but on the balance of play and chances we should've won comfortably. It certainly wasn't down to endeavour or the way we played. It's frustration because it should've been three points. They've defended very well and the keeper has had a very good game today. As the game went on you still felt it was going to come. In the end you thought it would be a goal scored through an own goal perhaps.”
Malky MacKay (on late disallowed Leroy Fer goal): "Common sense prevailed and sometimes common sense has to take over from rules when you're talking about sportsmanship and the reputation of our league, which is top class. (Referee) Mick (Jones) certainly did that. Whether that was the exact ruling or whether he should have given the goal and let us walk up and put the ball in the net, which would've been a complete mockery. I don't think that's something that anybody in the stadium would've wanted, maybe with the exception of Leroy Fer."
Mauricio Pochettino: "I want to congratulate my players because they put in an extraordinary performance. It is not just about my players that are playing regularly, but also that are not playing regularly and are on the bench. It shows that we believe as a collective, we are playing as a collective and reaping the results from that. I have been saying for a couple of weeks now that the sky is the limit. We don't set ourselves any limits. The most important thing is that we keep on learning, that we keep on improving, that we keep on playing as a team. The position in the league now is not important, the main thing is that we continue improving."
Martin Jol: "The first half I really felt we could be on the end of a hammering today and to come away with a 0-0 in the second half is the only good thing. It was disappointing, you know? We had a problem with Adam Lallana up front and the rotation with Jay Rodriguez and Rickie Lambert. But that had nothing to do with the goals. I thought after the first half we really had to repair the damage and that is what we tried to do with Aaron Hughes. That helped a bit because we couldn't defend well because Lallana drifted infield and Sascha Riether stayed out so we had a little problem defensively."