Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

LondonCalling; Keep Up with the Latest News on All Your Favourite Football Clubs. Every Day

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

LondonCalling; Keep Up with the Latest News on All Your Favourite Football Clubs. Every Day

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BARNET boss Paul Fairclough expects to be busy during the January transfer window. He said: "We are looking at the situation with a view to doing something. We will look to strengthen.''

LAUREN cannot wait to make his ARSENAL return - 11 months after a potentially career-ending knee injury. The Gunners defender said: "I am the happiest man Arsenal at the moment. It has been a long time.''

BRENTFORD are keeping tabs on non-league strike sensation Chris Dickson. The Bees have been impressed by Dickson's form for Ryman Division One South club Dulwich Hamlet.

CHARLTON were taunted by Wycombe's Carling Cup matchwinner Jermaine Easter.

The former Wolves and Hartlepool striker said: ''I honestly expected a harder game than the one they gave us.''

Newcastle 0 CHELSEA 1 SUPERSUB Didier Drogba hailed Chelsea's squad of superstars.

The Ivory Coast match-winner said: "It's very important to have a strong bench for different competitions."

STAR MAN: DIDIER DROGBA

PETER TAYLOR has urged his PALACE strugglers to cut out their slow starts.

The Eagles have conceded the first goal in 12 games and Taylor said: "I don't want to keep tearing my hair out at halftime."

MICHAEL BROWN has spoken of his Christmas target for FULHAM. He said: "I want to pick up as many points over this busy period so we can head back into the Premiership top 10.''

GILLINGHAM fans are being warned to plan their trip to the game against Leyton Orient on Boxing Day well in advance. A limited train timetable is running and the club fear some supporters may miss the clash.

CRAIG EASTON has been ruled out of the Boxing Day clash with Gillingham after he was booked at Northampton. The ORIENT midfielder has now collected five yellow cards this season, resulting in a onematch ban.

WARREN FEENEY insists he is not too concerned by his 12-month league goal drought. …

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