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Fan's Roar: Worrying signs for Millwall but don't panic

By Rob Virtue on September 17, 2014 9:18 AM |



by Ian Toal

The initial three matches following the International break was always going to be tough test for the Lions.

Despite Ipswich not having started the season that well we haven't had a good record at Portman Road in recent years and former Millwall boss Mick McCarthy has proved a real thorn in our side.

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Charlton manager Bob Peeters said his efforts to get a striker in on loan are being thwarted by extortionate wage demands.

The Addicks, who remain unbeaten this season after Tuesday night's 1-1 draw with Wolves, are looking to bolster their forward line after missing out on Andy Delorte in the transfer window.

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Charlton lost their 100% home record on Tuesday night but preserved their unbeaten run in the league this season.

A first half opener from Andre Bikey was cancelled out by Wolves captain Danny Batth in a night of end to end football at The Valley.


West Ham came from behind twice to claim a point against Hull City at the KC Stadium, in a match which saw the goal of the season so far from Enner Valencia.

The Hammers record against the Tigers was promising before today's game, winning five out of seven games and losing only once.

Greenwich Olympian Zoe Smith makes hall of fame

By Rob Virtue on September 15, 2014 3:17 PM |


Weightlifting supremo Zoe Smith has been inducted into the London Youth Games Hall of Fame.


Hammers boss Sam Allardyce believes the goal threat and creativity of Morgan Amalfitano will make him an important signing for the club.

The transfer deadline capture could be involved in Monday night's clash with Hull but if not then he will feature very soon.


Cheikhou Kouyate has been the standout new player for West Ham favourite Sir Trevor Brooking,

It's been a mixed start to the season but the former Hammers player and caretaker boss has seen signs of optimism. And the main reason is the Senagalese international signed from Anderlecht this summer.


The London Legacy Development Corporation says it is open-minded about a possible Olympic Stadium share between West Ham and Spurs.

5 goals which defined David Whyte's Charlton career

By Rob Virtue on September 10, 2014 3:09 PM |


Former Charlton star David Whyte died this week at the tragically young age of 43. Despite only playing for a few years at the Addicks he became a goalscoring hero.


Former Charlton player David Whyte has died at the age of 43.

Canary Wharf dragon boat teams in charity battle

By Rob Virtue on September 10, 2014 9:11 AM |


Financial firm Sapient came out on top in a Dragon Boat race in Canary Wharf on Tuesday.



By Ian Toal

The current international break provides a good opportunity to take a bit of a rest from the hectic schedule of matches at the start of the season and allows the coaching staff, players and fans alike to take stock of the first month of the season.



by Ian Toal

We have got a new hero down at The Den, young midfielder Jack Powell, who has already been dubbed the Peckham Pirlo on one of the fanzine sites!

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Charlton manager Bob Peeters said he has not changed his side's targets for the season - but that may change in January.

He started the season urging the team to steer clear of a relegation battle but after a five game unbeaten start he could have been tempted to raise his expectations.


West Ham's Joey O'Brien hailed the signing of Alex Song and said it was a massive boost for the club.

Sam Allardyce has brought eight new players to the squad since the end of last season, the latest being Barcelona midfielder Song on a season long loan deal.

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