With the Wembley crowd harrassing Frank Lampard against Estonia on Saturday, Pies looks at an England XI who have had to cope with being booed by their own fans. The message seems to be: don’t be an England midfielder if you’re not thick-skinned!
Red Nev fell victim to the boy-boys when England’s travelling circus visited Anfield while the new Wembley was being built. His Manchester United club allegiances were not forgotten just because he pulled on an England shirt.
Found himself being booed after conceding a silly penalty against Romania which saw England eliminated from Euro 2000.
Booed by racist England fans on his debut as he became the first black player to represent England.
In trouble with the Newcastle United faithful after allegedly refusing to play on the right-side for the club, Dyer felt the force of the boo-boys when fate threw up an England match at St James’s Park against Ukraine a few days later.
Becks was booed with venom following his sending off against