MILLWALL chiefs have been summoned to Wembley by the Football Association to discuss crowd disorder at the club's matches.
The Lions have been cited for a number of incidents over the past 12 months, stretching back to bottle-throwing against Aston Villa in January, and have been asked to attend a meeting at FA headquarters next week.
The club was reported to the game's governing body in September after former Derby County manager Nigel Clough was pushed by a fan during a home game.
Arrests at The Den are currently at a ten-year low but incidents at away games – notably when Bournemouth's Steve Cook was struck by a coin at Dean Court in October – have also been "totted up."
The meeting is not linked to allegations made by Nottingham Forest's Nathanial Chalobah, who claimed last week that he was racially abused by Millwall fans, nor the well-documented violence that occurred at Wembley in April.
Chief executive Andy Ambler confirmed: "We talk to the FA all the time, so I would not say that this is uncommon because they have the right to bring any club in, but we haven't been called for quite a long time.
"It is the result of a combination of offences, mainly missile-throwing, and the FA want to talk to us about the situation. There is a totting up process and every incident gets noted."
NewsAtDen understands that the FA is unlikely to take any disciplinary action but they will warn the club that sanctions may be handed out in the future if missile-throwing continues.