(Video) Absolutely vile chanting from Millwall fans during their game against Leeds United yesterday

Leeds versus Milwall was dubbed as one of those intense encounters of the Championship however certain sections of the travelling support made sure of it to be remembered for all the wrong reasons.

While on pitch affairs didn’t disappoint, providing a nail-biting finish, Millwall fans certainly did.

The Lions didn’t hesitate to remind Leeds of the sad episode in Turkey which saw two of their fans stabbed before their UEFA Cup semifinal against Galatasaray in 2000.

A similar incident had taken place in 2013 when the Leeds Supporters’ Trust registered a complaint against Millwall fans for indecorous chants aimed at the victims of the tragedy in Istanbul yet once again mutual respect was disbanded when it came to claiming bragging rights.

Milwall came away with a 4-3 victory from Elland Road but not before immersing themselves with such a disgraceful attempt at downplaying their opponents.

Check out the video of the vile chanting below –

5 Replies to “(Video) Absolutely vile chanting from Millwall fans during their game against Leeds United yesterday”

  1. Disgusting chants about sad facts there club should stand up to them and apologise it’s disrespectful
    Also leeds should appeal coopers card yes a bad one but not a red they did worse and nothing was done Morrison should be reprimanded for inticing fans and the FA should charge the player who went down if you watch it he went down holding left leg in agony physio treats right leg player waits red card shown and he immediately gets up saying I’m ok get me up disgrace he is come on FA do your job look at it but leeds don’t get help do we ?

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  2. So we have a few travelling idiots…..?.if I remember right when your mob turned up at the “den” some of your idiots did especially the same but but club’s supports are genuine football supports and do not deserve being tarnished by the same brush

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