El-Hadji Diouf pictured at Millwall

Millwall: man charged in El-Hadji Diouf racism abuse investigation

Sky Sports News broadcast footage that appeared to show some of the London club's fans hurling insults at the Senegalese striker

Arrest in El-Hadji Diouf abuse incident during game at Millwall

A man has been arrested in connection with allegations of racist abuse aimed at Leeds striker El-Hadji Diouf by Millwall fans, the Metropolitan Police said.

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