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Families remember those who lost lives to violence

The families of seven young men - who lost their lives to violent crime in the capital - remembered their loved ones at a special ceremony at Millwall Football Club.

They had been invited there by the parents of murdered 16-year-old school boy Jimmy Mizen - to highlight their pain and in the hope of bringing an end to youth violence on the streets of London.

This is the fourth year at the Den that 'For Jimmy' day has been marked - after he was murdered a day after his birthday in Lee Green in 2008.

Olivia Kinsley reports:

Millwall set to meet former Blackpool midfielder

Angel Martinez to meet with Millwall on Tuesday Credit: Millwall FC

Former Blackpool midfielder Angel Martinez is due to fly to England from Spain on Tuesday morning to discuss a possible deal with Millwall.

Lions boss Ian Holloway knows all about Angel, having handed the 28-year-old his Championship debut whilst manager at Bloomfield Road

Angel spent three years with the Seasiders from 2011 until this summer, when he turned down a new deal.

He has since been training with former club Girona in Spain to maintain his fitness levels.


Ian Holloway appointed new manager at Millwall

Ian Holloway has been appointed Millwall manager. The former Crystal Palace boss has agreed a two-and-a-half year contract. Holloway replaces Steve Lomas who was axed last month after winning just five out of 22 games.

Ian Holloway Credit: PA Wire

Millwall are only one point and one place above the Championship relegation zone and crashed out of the FA Cup 4-1 at League Two Southend on Saturday.

Images released after football fans assaulted on train

Three men are wanted after a fight broke out between football fans on board a train travelling between Bournemouth and Brockenhurst.

British Transport Police have released images of the men wanted in connection to the incident, which took place on October 5.

Police want to talk to these men after a fight broke out on board a train. Credit: British

The incident came after a match at Bournemouth earlier in the day which Millwall lost 5-2. The Football Association launched an investigation after a missile was thrown at a Bournemouth player, apparently by a Millwall fan, as he celebrated his side's fourth goal.

The men were spotted on a train to London. Credit: British Transport Police
The men are thought to be Millwall fans. Credit: British Transport Police

12 charged after FA Cup clashes

A large police operation was surrounded the match -- Credit: John Walton/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Police have charged 12 men with public order-related offences following incidents which took place after the FA Cup 5th round tie between Luton and Millwall.

Bedfordshire Police said there was a "short stand-off" between officers and a number of fans before kick-off at Luton's Kenilworth Road ground on February 16

A number of incidents also took place in the town centre after the match, a police spokeswoman said.

Officers from six forces were involved in a large operation surrounding the hotly-anticipated fixture, which Millwall won 3-0.

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