Crystal Palace have reappointed their former boss Neill Warnock to keep them in the Premier League.
Tottenham Hotspur have apologised after a video mocking Liverpool's title setback at Crystal Palace appeared on their Twitter account.
The January transfer window closed at 11pm on Friday evening. Here is a round-up of what happened where in London
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As police approached the detached house, they noticed a man placing large bags inside a wheelie bin. He then ran off into Crystal Palace Park.
Sergeant Rob Goodwin from Bromley Police said: “This seizure represents a major and unexpected dent in the network of cannabis supply in the South East London area and was brought about through proactive local neighbourhood policing”.
Met Police have uncovered a huge drug factory in south London after driving past a house and noticing a strong smell of cannabis. When they went inside the property near Crystal Palace Park, this is what they found.
Four large rooms were set up to grow cannabis, with in excess of 500 fully grown plants inside.
– Tony Pulis, Crystal Palace manager
The players have been fantastic, absolutely wonderful from the first minute we walked in.
We need to strengthen, we need to bring a bit more quality in with what club can afford - but we need to stay in the race by the time the window opens.
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis says he hopes he has a strikeforce capable of keeping Crystal Palace's season alive until the January transfer window opens. A first half header from Marouane Chamakh's sealed a 1-0 win over West Ham on Tuesday night.
The win lifts Crystal Palace off the foot of the Barclays Premier League, but only three points from safety. Tony Pulis seems to be getting the best Marouane Chamakh and fellow forward Cameron Jerome, and he wants the duo to keep his side in with a shout of survival, adding:
"Chamakh and Cameron never stopped running. Their effort and commitment gave everyone a lift. Chamakh has got good quality and is a good player, he just needs some confidence and hopefully that goal will give him some confidence to grow into the player we need."
– Club statement
"Crystal Palace Football Club are delighted to announce the appointment of Tony Pulis as manager on a two-and-a-half-year contract.
"The experienced 55-year-old has agreed terms at Selhurst Park following a six-month break from management, since his highly-successful spell at Stoke City came to an end in May 2013."
Crystal Palace have confirmed the appointment of Tony Pulis as manager on a two-and-a-half-year contract.
Pulis will take charge of the Barclays Premier League side following today's match at Hull.
Pulis will be in the stands at the KC Stadium as caretaker boss Keith Millen leads the Eagles for the final time.
Pulis' first game in charge of Palace will come away to Norwich next weekend.
Caretaker manager Keith Millen has urged the Crystal Palace players to make an impression when they face Arsenal on Saturday. The former Bristol City boss has taken the reigns at Selhurst Park on a temporary basis after Ian Holloway parted company by mutual consent earlier in the week. He said:
Keith Millen said: "It really is a challenge. It is the fixture we looked at when it came out at the start of the season. It is the reason we worked so hard last year to get promoted.
"That Wembley day seems a long way off now, how quickly things can change. But I just want the lads to enjoy the occasion, they are not doing it for me as I have told them I'm not looking for the job.
"A new manager will be coming in and it is down to them to start impressing the new manager, whoever that may be, and I think that starts on Saturday."
Arsene Wenger also spoke about Jack Wilshere's ankle. He said he was not "overly concerned", but will keep a close eye on his fitness. Wilshere will be assessed ahead of Saturday game after being substituted during the second half of the midweek Champions League defeat to Borussia Dortmund.
Arsene Wenger believes with careful management, Wilshere can maintain his fitness following a frustrating spell on the sidelines which scuppered his hopes of playing at both Euro 2012 and the London Olympics: Wenger said:
"No it is not a major problem, but as I told you before the season started I will have to monitor him until he is completely through that period with any doubts and that is what I tried to do."