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Old master switch will have art lovers in a twist

ART aficionados' eye will be pUt to the test in an experimental painting swap.

Next month, The DULWICH PictUre Gallery will remove one of their master paintings in its permanent collection and pUt a commissioned fake in its place.

V... read on

A BASKETBALL player with a school of excellence in South London has announced a partnership with the league that made him a star. read on...
BORIS Johnson may force London's fire authority to sell Southwark fire station for "significantly" less than it is worth so a free school can be built there. read on...
AN increase in the numbers of violent crime in South London has been blamed on a cut in police numbers. read on...
THE future of a car park-turnedcultural landmark remains uncertain. read on...





Southampton 2 Crystal Palace 3

MAROUANE Chamakh returned from injury in style - scoring twice as Crystal Palace kept up their perfect record under Alan Pardew.

All five goals came in a breathless first 40 minutes of the match.

Graziano Pelle poked Southampton ahead from a corner but Chamakh levelled just two minutes later, finishing from close range after Fraser Forster could not held Yaya Sanogo’s shot.

But parity lasted just five minutes. Scott Dann was unlucky to deflect Ryan Bertrand’s low cross past Wayne Hennessey at the near post.

Then came a moment of quality from Wilfried Zaha to make it 2-2. He picked out Sanogo and the on-loan Arsenal man coolly lifted the ball over Forster.

It was 3-2 just before the break. Zaha’s initial touch left Steven Davis trailing and then Joel Ward plotted a mazy path through the home defence, finding Chamakh, who rounded Forster and slotted in.

Southampton were unable to mount a respons... read on

Southampton 2 Crystal Palace 3

MAROUANE Chamakh returned from injury in style - scoring twice as Crystal Palace kept up their perfect record ... read on
MILLWALL legend Gary Alexander and assistant manager Marc Bircham will be talking about why the club is so important to them on Lions Live tonight. read on
PAUL Robinson was having to think of alternative careers to football in January 2003.
The centre-back had been on loan at Fisher, playing under a... read on
PARIS Cowan-Hall scored five times in his last six Wycombe games - so he knows where the net is.
It is still an open question where he will play ... read on


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