Millwall Bushwackers

Millwall Bushwackers

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The Millwall Bushwackers are a hooligan firm associated with Millwall FC.


The original firm associated with Millwall was known as F-Troop.

The hooligan firm still exists today. However, the firm is not as large as it was at its height in the 1980s. This is due in part to ex-Millwall chairman Theo Paphitis' introduction of a membership scheme following the events outside The New Den on the evening of the Birmingham City play off semi-final in May 2002. Sergeant Russell Lamb of the Metropolitan Police Service, a veteran of the May Day and Poll Tax riots, described this as the worst violence he had ever experienced.
Millwall still have a fierce rivalry with Leeds United. When Millwall visited Elland Road during the 2008/09 season, there was major trouble before and after the game. Millwall fans smashed the windows of the buses they were travelling on approaching the ground.
After the match, police held the millwall fans inside the ground for over an hour while thousands of Leeds hooligans rioted outside, hoping for the chance to come face to face with the Bushwackers.Again during the 2009/10 season, hundreds of Leeds fans travelled to Milwall, taking over millwall pubs such as the Surrey Quays. However Leeds were not really challenged on this occasion and violence was minimal.

In January 1988, when Millwall were...
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