Dunfermline supervisor Allan Johnston has condemned as “unacceptable” the behaviour of the Falkirk supporters who aimed insulting chants at Dean Shiels and threw pretend eyeballs directly to the East Finish Park pitch all the way through the day past’s derby fit.
Shiels was once praised through Johnston for protecting calm within the first assembly of the groups since Falkirk gamers Kevin O’Hara and Joe McKee got long bans through the Scottish FA for abusing the Dunfermline participant over his lacking eye all the way through an Irn-Bru Cup fit in October.
A piece of the Falkirk fortify booed Shiels and mocked in music the previous Rangers and Hibernian participant for having ‘just one eye’. Rubber eyeballs had been thrown from the away finish all the way through the sport.
“You by no means like to listen to stuff like that,” Johnston stated. “It’s deficient, and that’s why Dean confirmed nice self-discipline. I assumed the entire group confirmed that as smartly.
“He’s had so much to maintain, however I believe the entire membership has. I believe we’ve handled it professionally and we’ve simply were given to transport on. It’s unacceptable this present day, isn’t it?”
Falkirk spoke back with an apology in a commentary after the fit.
It learn: “Falkirk FC is upset through the movements of a small minority of its fortify. This doesn’t in anyway replicate the values of the membership.
“That is one thing we can now not condone and we apologise for any offence brought about.”