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Leopards Don`t Change Their Spots

Leopards Don`t Change Their Spots

Back in those heady days when we were chasing our FA Cup dream, beating Wolves and Norwich, before drawing Millwall, the town held its breath.

Although more than two decades ago, the people of Luton had vivid memories of how the Millwall support had torn our ground apart leaving an indelible stain.

Thankfully, although our FA Cup dreams were shattered that day, there was no repeat of those dreadful scenes.

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of yesterday when Millwall supporters, attending the FA Cup semi-final against Wigan, were involved in unsavoury scenes that were, sadly, beamed around the globe.

Like I said in the headline, leopards don`t change their spots!



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Writer:Mad Hatter
Date:Sunday April 14 2013
Time: 12:08PM

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let's hope the authorities take serious action!
merlin
14/04/2013 12:18:00
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