A Millwall fan who hurled racist abuse at a Leeds player has been banned from football matches for five years and ordered
Luton Town and Millwall's FA Cup meeting this weekend will be a decidedly different affair from the clubs' quarter-final
The chief superintendent of the Metropolitan Police's Public Order branch, Mick Johnson, says his force is working closely
It's not a matter of the players being too young, it's their sudden integration into the first team that has reaped the damage. It's simply a matter of trying to usher in a new era prematurely, long before the players could build their confidence. Lambert has tried to run before he could walk.
Luton Town were magic, the Canaries were tragic The FA (and their sponsors) owe a great debt to the Hatters. The FA Cup hasn't
The way forward must surely be members within the crowd calling others to account - it's surprisingly easy to say to somebody, "Mate, that's not on" even if you're not as physically imposing as me.
Millwall have banned a 13-year-old supporter for verbally abusing Bolton Wanderers striker Marvin Sordell. Sordell claimed
Millwall Football Club has pledged to call in police to investigate claims that four rival players were subjected to racist
Tim Cahill leaving Everton is not a tragedy; but it is the end of an era. He might not be your Dad's or your Uncle's hero, but he might just be your son's, your little brother's or even yours...