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MillwallLOGO142.jpgKenny Jackett was left frustrated as his Millwall side were held to a goalless draw by a combative Yeovil side last night.

The Lions enjoyed plenty of possession but lacked the cutting edge to breach the visitors defences and could even have lost the game had the woodwork not saved them on two occasions.

MillwallLOGO142.jpgMillwall will be looking to bounce back from Saturday's disappointing defeat at Orient when they entertain Yeovil at The Den.

The Lions capitulated 1-0 in east London and manager Kenny Jackett will be demanding his players perform a lot better this evening.

Preview: Colchester v Charlton

By Rob Virtue on September 29, 2009 3:56 PM |

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Saturday's victory over Exeter City saw manager Phil Parkinson make use of two super subs - Izale McLeod and debutant Tim Breaker.

While McLeod was busy jumping around corner flags and showing his vest to The Valley's North Stand following his first home goal in two years, a more restrained Breaker was left to face the press.

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The first flight from Docklands to New York didn't lift the spirits of all London City Airport visitors.

Campaigners from anti-airport expansion groups Fight the Flights and Plane Stupid marked the launch of the transatlantic service by making a noise at the entrance to the airport today.

westham.jpgCarlos Tevez put his former team to the sword as he scored twice to condemn West Ham to their fourth defeat in a row.

The Argentinian striker's brace and a Martin Petrov free-kick meant Gianfranco Zola's men left Eastlands still looking for their first Premier League win since the opening day.

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An Inspector Calls, Novello Theatre
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IN A NUTSHELL
Director Stephen Daldry's award-winning and visionary revival of JB Priestley's classic chiller returns to London for a short run.

FF-Oct1-Flintoff6.jpgEngland cricket star Andrew Flintoff dropped into Canary Wharf this afternoon to meet his adoring public.

The popular all-rounder, nicknamed Freddie, was signing copies of his new book Ashes to Ashes at Waterstone's in Jubilee Place mall and drew a big crowd.

strauss.jpgCricket fans hoping to meet Andrew Strauss next week need to check their diaries.

England's Ashes winning captain is heading to Canary Wharf to promote his new book, Testing Times: On and Off the Field, but the signing has been moved to next Tuesday at Waterstone's in Jubilee Place mall.

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The day before the inaugural flight from Docklands to New York and the service has already ruffled a few feathers.

Campaigners for the return of Concorde say they are angry about British Airways' decision to use the supersonic's old flight numbers for the new transatlantic route from London City Airport.

westham.jpgWest Ham slipped into the bottom three of the Premier League over the weekend and face a difficult task to climb out again at Manchester City this evening.

Results meant the Hammers dropped down the table without playing a game but with just four points from their first five games the need to improve is urgent.

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