MILLWALL have vowed to issue indefinite bans to the "mindless minority" involved in scenes of violent disorder at Wembley on Saturday.
Serious crowd trouble broke out during the second-half of the Lions' FA Cup semi-final defeat at the hands of Wigan and at least ten people have already been arrested by police.
The club said in a statement: "Millwall Football Club will do everything possible to assist the Football Association and the Metropolitan Police investigating the disorder that occurred."
Chief executive Andy Ambler commented: "Anyone found guilty of violent behaviour will be banned indefinitely in addition to any punishment they receive from the authorities.
"Having worked so hard to show the positive side of our club both on and off the field, we cannot allow the actions of a mindless minority to undermine that."
An estimated 30 people were involved in violent clashes in the East Stand of the stadium but police and stewards generic lexapro hives were slow to react to the trouble.
Manager Kenny Jackett was not aware of what had occurred immediately after the match: "I did not see any fighting during the game.
"I was not aware of any problems. I haven't seen any TV footage yet either, so I will have to examine the facts before I can form an opinion on it.
"It's not part of the game now and it never has been, but it's not something I can sum up right away to form my own opinion. I'm sure the evidence is there.
"We've worked very hard to do everything we possibly can to try to be trouble free – and we've had many high-profile games recently which have been absolutely fine."
Right-back Alan Dunne was quick to condemn what had occurred in the stands: "It's disappointing to hear about. Those involved don't do this club justice – they should be ashamed."