Ian Culverhouse has urged King’s Lynn Town fans to cut out the booing and get behind the team – or stay away from games.
The Linnets boss was clearly upset at the half-time reaction of some of the 1,200-plus crowd who saw Lynn suffer an upset 1-0 home defeat to bottom club Bradford Park Avenue on Tuesday.
By Culverhouse’s own admission, the Linnets weren’t at the races, but off-days have been few and far between this season, when Lynn have defied the odds to move up to second spot, two points behind York City with three games in hand.
“I keep saying it – we have no right to win anyway. People get carried away.
“I heard some booing at half-time. Don’t come and boo.
“We are going to lose games – if you want to come and boo, don’t come. Don’t come.”