Why Millwall Sing ‘No One Likes Us, We Don’t Care’

All week, people have been asking me why Millwall sing ‘No One Likes Us, We Don’t Care’, as many seem to think that it is an aggressive chant used to display some kind of Millwall anarchy for fans to do and say what they like without a care in the world. Unfortunately, for all the Wall haters out there, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Millwall fans actually sing this song every time an unfair decision goes against them, like tonight’s game against Blackburn Rovers for example.

Never in my life have I ever seen such poor refereeing. Yet despite all the unjust decisions from referee Gavin Ward, the only soothing to all of his horrible decisions was a shared experience of pain in which all Wall fans came together singing in unity “No One Likes Us, We Don’t Care”. It is a song that enables Wall fans to go on whether the referee likes them or not. They meet the struggle together and sing through the storm, together. It is actually a beautiful thing. Most don’t really understand it. Hopefully you do now 🙂 The reason why it is sung so much by Millwall supporters, only demonstrates how Millwall are not only victimized by Newspapers but also by referees.

Anyways, there is still a chance for justice to be served. You can leave referee Gavin Ward a message by clicking the link bellow. Please go there and let him know what you thought of his performance tonight. I guess he must have read too much of the Sun Newspaper beforehand.

Soccer - npower Football League Championship - Leicester City v Middlesbrough - The King Power Stadium


It was also great to see Millwall fans coming together at the Den today to oppose everything the Sun Newspaper has done to harm the reputation of the club.


This bad boy was pegged up during this evening’s game against Blackburn Rovers. Millwall fans putting their message across loud and clear. One thing heard from the stands today was “Don’t throw stones when you live in a glass house!”. Oh, so true.


Posted on April 23, 2013, in Speaking Out. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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