or neither? Having read the reports and seen the video footage from within the Boleyn Ground during last night's match, I find myself wondering whether I am surprised, or appalled, at the disruption that a few hundred people can cause, because of a 33 year old vendetta. If you are not aware of the animosity Google Ian Pratt and New Cross Station I must admit that I am no longer surprised when these two teams meet, that violence flairs. It is probably a sign of the times that the two supporting factions were glorified in a film. Don't bother watching it unless Elijah Wood is your favourite actor, and you couldn't possibly miss it. The most inane quote to come out of all this was a Metropolitan Police Spokesman stating: "We believe the violence was planned" ????? That's like saying "We believe that an airplane can fly". Considering the disruption to the local area, and the alleged amount of time the fighting continued, how could there only have been five arrests, including one for affray, and one for breach of a banning order. As long as West Ham remain in the top flight and Millwall don't, the locals of which I and my Bro Will the Sec are among, will only need to put up with it a maximum of once a season, and hopefully not at all.