Former Labour party leader Neil Kinnock suffered the embarrassment of being forced to leave his seat at Fulham's match against Cardiff City at Craven Cottage on Saturday.
Lord Kinnock, who was sat with two of his grandchildren among the Fulham fans in the Ernie Clay stand, was made to relocate by security staff.
The reason? He reportedly infuriated many of the home fans with his vociferous celebrations after Cardiff's opening goal.
Kinnock, a lifelong Cardiff fan, was understood to have 'spoiled' the enjoyment of the match for some Fulham supporters before he was moved away from the stand byRead More »from Former Labour leader Kinnock ‘ejected’ from seat at Fulham match