Saturday should have been a good day out for our nearest, but not dearest neighbours in Bradford.
It wasn't because once again Millwall the 'Teflon' club of the Football League got away with doing anything they bloody want to. It's a disgrace that these morons can continually do things against football and nothing is ever done against them.
They have recently been voted the 'Family club of 2016/17' which is on the same lines as saying Teressa May is sympathetic towards the working man or woman.
I wonder what they have to do for something to 'stick' against them. I have spoken to people who I know went down and they said their behaviour was beyond belief. Not kids mind you, grown men acting like animals.
Fear and apprehension was amongst the City contingent as they travelled towards Wembley and on their way back, not the nicest ways to make your way to the biggest game of your season.
The scenes at full time reminded me of the dark days of football, minus the chairs being thrown from the stands but the menace shown in the pictures has no place in the National or any football stadium. It's the dark side of football that may only be an undercurrent, it's still there unfortunately.
This was epitomised by the reaction of former Leeds 'corner hitter' Steve Morison who had grabbed the winner late on for the Lions.
Speaking after the full time whistle Morison said; "They've ruined it for me. Absolutely ruined it. I've never felt so high and then so low after the game. We should have been celebrating, not clearing those fans off the pitch. It should be our faces in the papers tomorrow, not the ones who have let us down."
Surely one of your heroes speaking out against you would create an epiphany that this game is more than just your piss-pot. Will it? Probably not.
Years ago when I was young and a little immature I'd follow the 'big lads' as they scouted and scoured the streets looking for other fans. I'm not proud but at least I had the sense to grow up and grow out of this activity.
The morons on view yesterday have obviously carried this on to their forties and fifties and brought their children up to do the same wayward ways their patents think are acceptable.
I hope one day that the FA actually do something to this disease in our game before somebody ends up on a mortuary slab. The Scottish fans who 'invaded' in 1975 were banned from coming for a while and I think a similar ban would deter any other club's fans behaving in the way Millwall's fans did yesterday.
Enough is Enough!
By Keith Ingham