Another round of the FA Cup, another news story that doesn't reflect well on Millwall football club.
After their win against Leicester City in the round of 16 last month, the club's fans invaded the pitch and were seen throwing projectiles into the away fans, and while nothing kicked-off during Sunday's win over Tottenham Hotspur, the actions of the fans will once again get the club into trouble.
The Telegraph are reporting that racist chants aimed at Spurs' Korean attacker Heung-Min Son will see the club punished by the FA.
Millwall could be in more trouble with the Football Association after their fans targeted Tottenham Hotspur forward Heung-min Son with racist chants during Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final.
South Korea international Son was subjected to chants of ‘DVD’ and ‘he’s selling three for a fiver’ by a section of the travelling Millwall fans at White Hart Lane.
The reference to selling DVDs is widely known to be a racist term when aimed at Asian footballers.
There's absolutely no place for that shite at a football ground anymore, and if the FA are determined to kick racist abuse out of football then action must be taken.
As for Son, he showed no signs that the chants were impacting him in any way as he answered in the best way possible, with a hat-trick in a 6-0 win.
Spurs now take their place in what must be the 'biggest' FA Cup semi-final stage for some time, as themselves, Arsenal, and Man City await the winner of Chelsea vs Man United on Monday night.