Adam Catterall has criticised the part of Millwall followers who determined to boo the gamers once they took the knee forward of Saturday’s recreation towards Derby County.
The Lions welcomed 2,000 followers again to The Den for the primary time since February, however the recreation will likely be remembered for the pre-match response because the gamers took the knee in assist of the Black Lives Matter motion.
Virtually 24 hours after footage of the incident started to flow into on social media, the Championship facet issued a press release condemning the supporters who reacted by booing the gamers taking the knee.
talkSPORT’s Adam Catterall joined Gabby Agbonlahor on the Sports activities Bar on Saturday night and, after listening to how the previous Aston Villa striker was abused by youngsters as younger as 12 at The Den, delivered a strong assertion of his personal.
He stated: “It’s fairly easy for me, the message; you’re both anti-racist, otherwise you are racist.
“There isn’t a gray space, it’s fairly easy. You might be both racist or you’re anti-racist. Choose your facet.
“And right now, we noticed an act of unimaginable ill-education. The place persons are form of politicising one thing that’s extra of a humanitarian motion.
“That’s how I see it.
“I see gamers taking the knee in an indication of solidarity, altogether as one, for one motion, for one humanitarian message of racial injustice.
“And we need to make that higher for future generations. Politicising that is extremely incorrect and other people can say, ‘this BLM motion promotes violence within the streets and so they’ve defaced conflict memorials’.
“You’ve blended the messages all up, you’ve blended all of it up. You’ve confused your self, perhaps since you are on the lookout for one thing which isn’t there.
“That is NOT a political message. This can be a humanitarian message.”