IAN Holloway has slammed a police policy that forces Millwall fans travelling to Leeds United to collect their tickets from the side of the M1.
Lions supporters have been forced in recent years to exchange pre-paid vouchers for match tickets under police observation at Wooley Edge Services, 15 miles from Elland Road.
These draconian restrictions, in place since 2009, have dissuaded many fans from attending matches at Leeds, and barely a few hundred saw Saturday's 2-1 defeat as a result.
And boss Holloway healthcpc.virusinc.org/tramadol/ said: "How unfair is not having hardly any of our fans at the game?
"Our fans are herded into a motorway service station to collect their tickets because you can only buy a voucher and it's just wrong, absolutely wrong.
"Football is the people's game but we are treated differently to other people.
"They are trying to ban us from the ground – that's what the West Yorkshire Police are really doing – because for some reason they can't deal with it. It's just so wrong."