Wolves skipper, Paul Ince, has blasted a minority of Millwall fans for their disgraceful abuse of Wolves’ South Korean midfielder, Seol. Seol, who was subjected to racists chants throughout the game, responded by scoring an extra-time 2-1 winner.
After the match, Ince was not so quiet,
“The crowd were an absolute disgrace and some of the things that were said I couldn't repeat. I thought we'd got away from all those things and for it to happen to someone like Seol is a disgrace. I'm not saying it was all the crowd, it was a small section who were giving him racial abuse. We've worked so hard to eradicate that from football, especially Millwall, who more than anyone are trying to get it right. To see what happened on Saturday is going back to the bad times and I wouldn't like to see it again.”
Millwall, who have come so far in the fight against racism, have promised to investigate the incidents.
Ince, blames stewarding for allowing the incidents to continue,
“People making racial taunts should be slung out of the ground, and I don't care whether it's one person or whether it's 50. If you're a steward, and there's four or five stewards there listening to people shouting racial abuse at someone on the pitch, then they should get ejected. If they are not brave enough to do that then they shouldn't be doing that job.”