ITV Football understands that Crystal Palace will part company with Ian Holloway today after just one victory in his opening eight Premier League games. Chairman Steve Parish described Holloway as "categorically the right man" to lead Crystal Palace before their defeat to Fulham.
Ian Holloway has refused to comment on his future as Crystal Palace manager after their 4-1 home defeat to Fulham on last night.
He said: "I'm not talking about my future at the football club, I'm talking about the football club and that is all I have ever done. I'm not going to talk about what we just spoke about to be perfectly honest. I will be speaking to him [Parish] tomorrow [Tuesday] morning when the lads are in."
A murder investigation has been launched after a double stabbing in Fulham. Police were called to Stephendale Road on Wednesday night after reports two men had been injured. One of the victims, a 49-year-old man, died at hospital this morning. The second man has left hospital.
Det Chief Insp Noel McHugh said: "This was a dispute between two men who were known to each other. At this time, we are not looking for any other suspect."
Fulham FC have confirmed that former Labour leader and Cardiff FC fan Neil Kinnock was escorted from his seat during a Premier League football match after upsetting fans with his celebrations.
“There’s not a lot to say. Lord Kinnock was sat in the home end and was moved by our stewards to the away end where there were a few empty seats. We would do the same with any away fan, it’s club policy.The home fans were upset when they saw him celebrate as they would be with any fan celebrating a goal against their team”
– Fulham spokesperson
The Labour peer and his two grandchildren were among hundreds of Cardiff City fans sitting in the home stand at Fulham's Craven Cottage ground.
Lord Kinnock's office in London said he had been expecting to sit in the "away end" with other fans of the newly-promoted Welsh club.
Cardiff secured a 2-1 win - their first away victory in the top flight since 1962.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the whereabouts of a missing 87 year old from Fulham.
Robert Ridley, aged 76, left his Fulham home at 12.30 on Thursday 26 September to go to the Royal Bank of Scotland bank in South Kensington and has not been seen since.
He suffers from dementia and has not been missing before. He was last seen wearing a grey suit, blue shirt with a dark coloured tie with brown shoes. Anyone who has information on his whereabouts are asked to call officers from Fulham on 07901515793.