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Millwall Fans Boo Players As They Take The Knee For 'Black Lives Matter' Upon Return To 'The Den'

Millwall Fans Boo Players As They Take The Knee For 'Black Lives Matter' Upon Return To 'The Den'

Millwall fans have booed their own players for taking the knee at 'The Den' today.

For the first time in eight months, 2,000 Millwall supporters were allowed inside the stadium for the visit of Derby County in the Championship clash this afternoon.

Journalists and reporters at the game were angered to hear loud boos at the very start of the game and soon video footage emerged.

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Until recently, it had been carried out without any fans present in the grounds because of the COVID-19 pandemic forcing behind-closed-doors football.

The actions of Millwall supporters, which has put a damper on fans returning, has been widely condemned online.

A small section of Burnley fans were responsible and Clarets skipper Ben Mee did not hold back in his post-match interview.

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"I'm ashamed and embarrassed that a small number of our fans have decided to fly that around the stadium," Mee told Patrick Davison of Sky Sports.

"They have completed the point. There's a group of lads in there that is embarrassed to see that, they've missed the point of the whole thing we are trying to achieve and these people need to come into the 21st century and educate themselves.

"It does not represent what the club is about, what the players are about and what the a majority of the fans are about, that's for sure. It's a small minority of people and I'm really upset that happened."

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