An account dedicated specifically to policing Leeds matches took to social media in response to Ian Holloway's sacking at Millwall.

West Yorkshire Police have reacted light heartedly to the news Ian Holloway has been sacked by Millwall.

Holloway aired his grievances with the WYP after his Millwall side had lost 1-0 to Leeds United some weeks ago, blaming them for the defeat as they didn't do enough to allow for more traveling Lions fans.

In a fascinating rant, the then Millwall boss expressed his displeasure that only around 200 of his supporters attended the loss at Elland Road:

“It’s only when we play Leeds, we don’t get it anywhere else. It’s not an issue anywhere else. I don’t get it. Years ago it was fashionable to do certain things but we’ve moved on. For me, West Yorkshire police, get off your a*** and don’t treat our supporters differently to anyone else."

Things have not gone all that well for Holloway since the Leeds defeat, either, though, and he was recently sacked by Millwall after a run of poor results - just 14 months into the job.

And, through a Twitter account dedicated to policing Leeds United matches, West Yorkshire Police have responded to the news...

The Lions currently sit 23rd in the Championship table, a full eight points off second-tier safety.

After losing to Leeds, Millwall drew 0-0 with Fulham and then proceeded to suffer four defeats in a row, conceding 12 goals in the process.

Now they certainly weren't the West Yorkshire Police's fault...

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