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RATHER than dwell on our sobering league position, I’m going to celebrate a pretty important Charlton victory.
CRYSTAL Palace sporting director Iain Moody has revealed it will be about quality - and not quantity - in the January transfer window.
MILLWALL players have dedicated their win over Wigan to stats man Dan McLoone, says boss Steve Lomas.
GOALS at either end of the game by Steve Morison and Jermaine Easter gave Millwall victory over Uwe Rosler's new club Wigan.
Crystal Palace 2 Cardiff 0
THE statistics make nice reading for Palace.
LIONS Live has a fantastic double bill of guests tonight with Fan on the Board Peter Garston and former player Steve Claridge.
MILLWALL manager Steve Lomas has paid tribute to his skipper Paul Robinson, as the 31-year-old approaches his 350th game for the club.
PREMIER League results went in Crystal Palace's favour in midweek - but boss Tony Pulis insists his sole focus is on the Eagles and not relegation rivals.
TONY Pulis is set to add to his backroom team at Crystal Palace by bringing in Dave Kemp and Gerry Francis.
TONY Pulis has challenged Cameron Jerome to bring consistency to his game and become a Premier League regular.
Crystal Palace 1 West Ham United 0
MAROUANE Chamakh scored the goal which took Crystal Palace off the bottom of the Premier League table - and earned Tony Pulis victory in his first game in charge at Selhurst Park.
MILLWALL should have won comfortably against a lacklustre Forest side but could only come away with a point thanks more erratic defending.
CHARLTON boss Chris Powell has piled praise on Simon Church ahead of the striker's return to Reading tonight.
DANNY Gabbidon doesn't believe his old club West Ham are in danger of being relegated.
MILE Jedinak has signed a new contract with Crystal Palace until the summer of 2017.
DAMIEN Delaney has Revealed that Tony Pulis would have been top of his wishlist to become the new Crystal Palace boss.
BLACKBURN Rovers are interested in Charlton striker Yann Kermorgant.
TONY Pulis admitted he wished he had been in place to shape the Crystal Palace squad in the summer as he reflected on a 1-0 defeat at Norwich.
CHARLTON manager Chris Powell was left to rue how his side started the match as they were beaten 1-0 by Ipswich.
Norwich 1 Crystal Palace 0
TONY Pulis was unable to get a positive result in his first game in the Palace dugout as Gary Hooper's first-half goal eased Norwich's relegation fears.
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