Sport Millwall manager Ian Holloway

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

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Blackpool give Crystal Palace permission to speak to Ian Holloway

Crystal Palace have been given permission by Blackpool to talk to Ian Holloway and he is set to become the club's new manager over the weekend.

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Ian Holloway set for talks with Crystal Palace

Ian Holloway was expected to hold talks with Crystal Palace today with the club confident they could secure permission from Blackpool to speak to their manager.

Ian Holloway

Crystal Palace chairman confident of finalising Ian Holloway deal

Crystal Palace are confident of announcing Ian Holloway as their new manager after making an official approach to Blackpool last night.

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Tom Ince's (right) speed and skill has worried Championship defences

Manchester United 'transfer target' Tom Ince touted for England

Ian Holloway has compared Blackpool's wing-wizard Tom Ince to Arsenal duo Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott, suggesting the 20-year-old is good enough for England.

Ian Holloway on DJ Campbell: 'We are about as close to re-signing DJ Campbell as there is of me wearing high heels and calling myself Sheila.'

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway not confident of re-signing DJ Campbell

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway believes his odds on re-signing DJ Campbell are as long as on him becoming a drag queen.

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Holloway in 2004; the following year he was at the helm of an MTB again during the anniversary celebrations in the Solent of the Battle of Trafalgar

Claude Holloway: MTB commander who became a hero during the Bari harbour disaster

Claude Holloway, one of the most successful motor torpedo boat commanders in the Mediterranean in the Second World War, also became through grievous injury custodian of one of Winston Churchill's closest-kept secrets. Holloway won a Distinguished Service Cross for his part in the Caorle Point action of April 1945, in which the 28th MTB Flotilla sank five enemy ships with six torpedoes, but the night fixed deepest in his memory was the Bari Harbour catastrophe of 2 December 1943, the true story of which both the American and British governments tried to suppress.

Ian Holloway is trying to take Blackpool back to the Premier League

Ian Holloway says Blackpool will need monumental effort against Birmingham

Blackpool manager Ian Holloway insists it will take a monumental effort from his players to preserve their slender npower Championship play-off semi-final advantage over Birmingham.

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