Fenerbahce announce agreement to sign QPR’s star man Bright Osayi-Samuel

Bright Osayi-Samuel has agreed to join Fenerbahce when his QPR contract expires – with the west London club due to get minimal compensation.


Women’s football: Crystal Palace knocked out of League Cup by Leicester City

Natasha Flint’s late rocket sent Leicester City into the FA Women’s League Cup semi-finals with a 1-0 win at Crystal Palace.


Max Meyer released by Crystal Palace – German never lived up to the significant hype

Crystal Palace have released Max Meyer – six months before his contract in SE25 was due to expire.


West Brom boss provides update on Millwall loanee Kenneth Zohore – as he doesn’t rule out a recall

Sam Allardyce is not ruling out bringing Kenneth Zohore back into West Brom’s ranks – with the striker’s loan at Millwall due to end after tomorrow’s match at Forest.


Millwall boss Gary Rowett: We seem to take two or three matches to really hit our stride

Gary Rowett reckons that his Millwall side tend to need a few matches before they get back fully in their groove.


“The best in the Championship” – Millwall manager makes claim after latest round of Championship action

Millwall manager Gary Rowett reckons that Matt Smith is the best impact sub in the Championship.


Danny McNamara is living the dream – as Millwall fan gets his chance to play first-team football for boyhood club

Danny McNamara has spoken of his pride at making his senior debut for boyhood club Millwall. The 22-year-old was recalled from his loan at St Johnstone last week and popped straight into the Lions team for Saturday’s 2-0 FA Cup win at Boreham Wood.


Richard Cawley’s big-match verdict on Charlton 4 Rochdale 4 – Addicks’ push for Championship return is proving a tough slog

Charlton Athletic’s attempt to only make it a one-season stay in League One is meeting heavy resistance. And there is a distinct lack of fear being shown by the opposition towards Lee Bowyer’s side.


‘Minister of shooting’ gives first finishing sermon – Ronnie Schwartz determined to fire Charlton back to where they belong

Ronnie Schwartz reckons that Charlton Athletic are too big a club for League One – and is intent on playing his part to ensure they don’t stay there.


Crystal Palace’s Hodgson: our performance against Arsenal will boost confidence ahead of Manchester City trip

Roy Hodgson believes that his Crystal Palace side keeping a clean sheet at Arsenal will boost confidence ahead of a trip to Manchester City on Sunday.


Charlton did have another crack at landing winger before he made Championship move

Lee Bowyer has confirmed Charlton did make a second attempt to sign Sorba Thomas – but could not compete once Huddersfield Town came into the equation.


Pressure back on Frank Lampard as Chelsea head into derby clash with Fulham

The pressure resumes on Frank Lampard this weekend, when his Chelsea charges take on struggling Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday.


Millwall boss: I’m very confident we’ll do business in January transfer window

Gary Rowett is totally confident that Millwall will make signings in the January transfer window – with Kenneth Zohore’s future coming into sharp focus.


The way Millwall handled big-spending Bournemouth shows that converting chances would make them genuine Championship play-off prospects

It was a moment to test the optimism of even the most hopeful Millwall fans.
At the end of a half dominated by the Lions, Dominic Solanke’s opening goal in Tuesday’s 1-1 draw at Bournemouth had the slap-you-round-the-face potential to send Gary Rowett’s side en route to the type of defeat the division’s top scorers have inflicted on a number of teams this season.


Michail Antonio: AFC Wimbledon wouldn’t pay £7 registration fee to sign me

Michail Antonio has recalled the time that AFC Wimbledon passed up the opportunity to sign him from Tooting & Mitcham United over a £7 registration fee.


Daniel Marsh’s big-match verdict on Bristol Rovers 0 AFC Wimbledon 1 – Jack Rudoni fires Dons a step closer to Wembley return

If there’s one AFC Wimbledon player who was due to hit the back of the net, it was Jack Rudoni. When it comes to supplementing the goals of Joe Pigott and Ryan Longman, Rudoni has always looked the most likely to oblige for Wimbledon since he burst on to the scene just over a year ago.


Arsenal 0 Crystal Palace 0 – Eagles settle for stalemate but could have won at Emirates Stadium

Crystal Palace settled for a goalless draw with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, but Roy Hodgson’s side were unfortunate not to win.


Millwall boss logged comments made by Bristol City striker after FA Cup draw

Millwall boss Gary Rowett is set to make changes for their FA Cup fourth round tie against Bristol City later this month – and has noted Nakhi Wells’ comments after Monday night’s draw.

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