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A police spokeswoman said that 47 police officers and 24 police horses were injured, and the Metropolitan Police considered suing the club after the events. Paphitis later introduced a membership scheme whereby only fans who would be prepared to join and carry membership cards would be allowed into The Den.

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Scotland Yard withdrew its threat to sue, stating: "In light of the efforts made and a donation to a charity helping injured police officers, the Metropolitan Police Service has decided not to pursue legal action against Millwall F. The scheme introduced by Paphitis now only applies to perceived high-risk away games. Many fans blame the scheme for diminishing Millwall's away support, such as at Leeds United where fans are issued with vouchers which are then exchanged for tickets at a designated point of West Yorkshire Police 's choosing on the day of the game.

Also, early kick-off times arranged by the police often result in only a few hundred fans making the trip. In January , hundreds of Millwall fans perceived as "high risk" individuals gained access to an FA Cup fourth-round match away at Hull City. The game, won 2—0 by Hull, was overshadowed when seats, coins and plastic bottles were thrown by some away supporters. There were conflicting reports in the media as to whether missiles were initially thrown by Hull supporters following chanting and jeering by Millwall fans of Jimmy Bullard an ex-West Ham player just prior to the fixture.

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One Millwall supporter was stabbed during clashes between the two sets of fans outside the ground. The game saw hundreds of West Ham fans invade the pitch on three occasions, forcing the game to be temporarily suspended once.

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The police later said the violence, because of its scale, was organised beforehand. After a game against Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road in September , manager Kenny Jackett said Millwall's hooligan problems are to a certain extent exaggerated by media sensationalism.

We are an easy club to criticise and in my time [at the club], the way we have been reported is unfair", he said. This has led to a siege mentality among supporters of the club, which gave rise to the Millwall fans' famous terrace chant, No one likes us, we don't care , being sung in defiant defence of themselves and their team. Millwall lost the game 2—0. On 29 May , Millwall played in the Football League One play-off final against Barnsley at Wembley Stadium , but towards the end of the match, with Barnsley winning 3—1, a group of Millwall supporters broke through a security barrier and attacked Barnsley supporters, some of whom were forced to leave the stadium to avoid the violence.

Also there were objects thrown towards the Barnsley players and Barnsley supporters during the game. The fighting and violence was condemned by the Football Association. The two teams supporters clashed away from The Den before the game, with an Everton fan being slashed across the face with a knife. Lord Ouseley. In , the club founded the Millwall Community Trust MCT , which offers sporting, educational and charitable projects. The Trust offers sports and fitness programmes, educational workshops, disability activities and soccer schools.

The club helps promote anti-knife and anti-gun crime. The logos of both clubs' shirt sponsors were replaced by the text, "Street violence ruins lives". Millwall have been depicted in films several times, specifically highlighting the club's hooliganism firm the Bushwackers and the rivalry with West Ham United.

It also appeared in episodes of the shows The Bill and Primeval.

Millwall F.C.–West Ham United F.C. rivalry

The book looks at the rivalry with West Ham United, the stabbing of a Millwall supporter and the Lions play-off success and promotion to The Championship under Kenny Jackett. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. English association football club. Home colours.

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Third colours. Main article: History of Millwall F. For a statistical breakdown by season, see List of Millwall F.


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