THE mother of a Leeds fan who was murdered in Turkey made a personal phone call of complaint after his death was mocked at Millwall last season, chief executive Andy Ambler has revealed.
Four people were handed lifetime bans from the The Den in April 2011 as a result of what the club described as "deplorable" chanting.
The Lions have issued a statement in advance of Saturday's fixture in a bid to stamp out the taunts.
"Last season it was pretty bad – probably the worst we've had," Ambler told Lions Live.
"We had people coming into the ground handing out photocopies of Turkish flags. It got out of hand.
"The number of complaints we received – from Leeds United, people inside the ground and local MPs – was the highest we'd ever had.
"We took a call from the mother of one of the two lads who was murdered out in Turkey and that was a really difficult call for us to take.
"People say Leeds fans chant to Manchester United fans about Munich but two wrongs do not make a right and I hope we support the club properly."