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Both Charlton and West Ham have picked up form of late but surely wins at Leicester and Everton, respectively, will be out of the question?

While at The Den, Ian Holloway looks for his Millwall side to pick up their first win in seven against Brighton.

wharf photo.jpgA photographer who has turned his back on the digital era has been snapped up for a show in a Canary wharf institution.

Charlton share points at emotional Valley

By Rob Virtue on December 8, 2012 5:05 PM |


It was 20 years and three days ago at seven minutes past three that Colin Walsh struck a sweet left-footed shot into the bottom corner of the net in front of the Covered End at The Valley.

A special goal because it was the winning one in a match which marked the joyous end of a seven-year exile from the ground in London's SE7.

By Ian Toal of Millwall Supporters Club

IanToal.jpgThe reality of just how tough the Championship can be is more apparent than at any time this season after two consecutive defeats for the Lions.

We lost 4-1 away to Hull City last Saturday and 2-0 at home to Cardiff City this Tuesday. Last week the Supporters Club held a Fans Forum at The Den where Kenny Jackett answered questions open and honestly.


Trains linking Canary Wharf direct to Gatwick and Stansted could be the next step of the area's transport network.

Crossrail is planned for 2018 but a group from Sussex is looking beyond that by proposing the route, which would also put commuters from Brighton on a direct route to the financial centre.

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