AFC Wimbledon fans have rallied in support of Jason Euell after the former Don revealed he received verbal abuse during the fixture on Saturday.

The former 42-year-old who played over 100 games for both clubs described how he was branded a 'traitor' in front of his son and other fans during Charlton's 2-1win at the Cherry Red Record Stadium.

Taking to Twitter the now Charlton U23 coach and England U18 assistant coach posted:

“I was there today as Charlton played AFC and I was shocked, when at the end of the game, I was verbally abused by a ‘AFC fan’ as a “m****r f******g traitor’ in front of my 11 year old son and other young children.

“Whilst I know frustrations run high at games, this was absolutely unjust. A fellow parent (a mum) confronted the guy and told him to watch his mouth and language around kids, and how totally unnecessary it was and abusive. His reply was ‘whatever, he is anyway’.

“Really?? This may be accepted at some grounds, but I never thought this would be the case at Kingsmeadow.

“As always, when AFC play next I will be looking out for their result and with fingers crossed that they’ll manage to avoid the drop.”

Euell, who had spells with Wimbledon between 1995 and 2001 and again with the now AFC Wimbledon for a brief stint in 2012, was greeted with nothing but support from the Wombles faithful as they rallied behind him condemning the actions of one individual.

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