Angry MK Dons boss Paul Ince told the club's boo-boys to stay away after they voiced their disapproval at the dour goalless draw with struggling Oldham. A section of home fans booed at the final whistle, and afterwards Ince blasted the supporters, insisting they should show more understanding of the team's current injury and suspension crisis.
He said: "It was a poor game and I thought the atmosphere was poor, it was like a reserve game.
"You've got a section of fans who boo after the game - probably 15 or 20 - but I don't want those people here. At the end of the day they have got to show appreciation that we've had a tough game at Norwich, we've got 14 fit players.
"This is where we are this season, we're out on our feet. If they are going to come here - come and support.
"Sometimes they have to lift the players. They've got to recognise when the lads are knackered and they need pushing and urging. At the end the players were disappointed with the reaction of some of the fans."