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Game looked to be heading for a stalemate until Wells popped up with a winner to condemn Lions to another loss

Ian Holloway

Former Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway appointed by Millwall

The Championship side are hovering above the relegation zone

Tony Pulis

Tony Pulis unveiled by Crystal Palace: I'm not just a 'firefighter', says former Stoke City manager

Pulis replaces Ian Holloway, who walked away from the job earlier this season

Theatre review: Hopelessly Devoted - The Door, Birmingham Repertory

The third play from south London poet/rapper/songwriter/playwright Kate Tempest – who manages to excel in all of those slash-categories – tells the story of two young women in prison, one of whom finds herself through making music. Such a premise needs someone with Tempest's ear for a rhythm and a tune, and no-bullshit, straight-up writing style, to save it from schmaltzy territory. At times Hopelessly Devoted is still a little over-simplistic in its surface-skimming exploration of why its characters are in prison and the challenges they face; it is occasionally epigrammatic and there are unlikely plot developments.

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London student union VP Daniel Cooper tangles with police over other students' drugs busts

Ian Holloway was forced to watch his side face Manchester United from the stands

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Palace have picked up just one win so far this season

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Goals from Dani Osvaldo and Rickie Lambert  add to Ian Holloway's troubles

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A short-tempered male gorilla at Dallas Zoo is being moved to South Carolina for therapy after biting one female gorilla and sneering at others, zoo officials confirmed on Monday.

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Ian Holloway reveals criticism of Crystal Palace players following defeat to Swansea

The promoted side were beaten 2-0 at Selhurst Park

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Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway gritted his teeth, kept his temper in check and conceded Premier League referees have an impossible job.

Ian Holloway was forced to watch his side face Manchester United from the stands

Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway refuses to comment on penalty incident due to fear of being 'rude' after previous ban

Eagles manager was banned for criticising the referee in their first game back in the Premier League but chose not to speak out over the controversial penalty decision

Owen Garvan attitude to blame for omission from Crystal Palace squad reveals Ian Holloway

The midfielder took a swipe at his manager on Twitter

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A former senior Sun journalist, an ex-Daily Mirror journalist, a police officer and a prison officer have appeared in court charged in relation to the investigation into corrupt payments to police and public officials.

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway accepts two match touchline ban

Holloway hit out at the referee following his team's opening day defeat to Spurs

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