For any football fan at any level the chances are if you've ever been to a football game you've been a witness to or participated in what the media and the police call "Mindless thuggery" - basically Hooliganism.
We can argue all day about whether its right or wrong I cant be arsed with wasting time doing that now though.
As i'm sure everyone knows there are plenty of hooligan sites on the WWW but discussion is never civilised and 99% threads like "who has the best firm?" are the only ones you'll ever see. These sites members are 50% kids who like to think their big talking about trouble making (AKA wannabes) and 50% geeza's who stand in the background when ever theres football related trouble and then post on the internet how they got involved and beat up 24 police officers single handedly etc etc etc. A complete waste of time visiting these sites.
As I said its just people giving their opinion on whos got the best firm in the UK and Eurpoe etc etc when the answer is simple. There is no 'best' firm - it really depends on how big a mob a certain football club has on the day. For sake of arguement - 200 Chelsea fans would have no problem in battering 50 West ham lads when the odds are 4 to 1. But if odds are changed over then 200 West Ham would quite easily batter 50 Chelsea..... so there isnt a best firm as such, but I suppose you can be called good if you can very often turn out home and away with a large mob.
Unfotunately for Cardiff Citys lads at the moment 84 pictures have been thrown across the local paper (The South Wales Echo only this week as well as the Welsh Mrror) wanting people to name anyone they recognise after last seasons Cardiff/Stoke game when fighting broke out. There are many reasons being speculated about why the police have done it as the papers are calling it the largest football hooligan investigation (Operation Javelin) in the history of the game here in the UK! I think personally their reason is because next month the Worthington cup final comes to Cardiff and then in May - the play offs and the FA cup final. I believe the police want Cardiffs hooligan element out of the way for these dates although the way they've gone about it is totally wrong to say the least.
Anyhows to avoid drifting off here I'll get back to my original reason for posting this thread and was going to ask any of the lads (seagull, riffy, snake etc) what stories they have about incidents with Millwall supporters in years gone by.
I was at the much talked about Cardiff Millwall game last season. I've also been to the New Den. Credit to Millwall even that day they came up to Ninian Park and were needless to say a minority as they were the travelling team they didnt fail to impress.