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Despite his strong condemnation of the booing, Warren Gatland was quoted as saying, "I suppose it's part of sport now - Tottenham got booed at the weekend.
As long as you keep it to the boos and leave it like that, so it is pantomime booing, that is what I like.
Red Bull team principal, Christian Horner, also condemned the booing.
I can't think of a single occasion when booing actually had a positive effect on a team's performance.
jonbol clap and clap loud booing gives you nothing but a sore throat
One newspaper described the booing as "stomach curdling", another claimed Liverpool "still don't get it" while PFA chairman Gordon Taylor said he was "disappointed.
I'll be booing the players who went to South Africa, the players who didn't go to South Africa and the players who have announced their international retirements.
Our fans dislike Leon Best, despite the fact that he is quite often not the worst player, and take great delight in booing him at every opportunity.
It is crazy that a section of our own supporters are booing one of our own players," said FA director of communications Adrian Bevington.
Booing - in fashion terms it's the new black and it's a wave that is sweeping sporting arenas up and down the country as more and more fans realise it's cool to show your displeasure.
I turned around to say to the booing fans, "But that's my friend Bill.
Then again, if you tune into any game on TV or better still get yourself down to your local red'n'white Premiership game and take a glance at your portable timepiece (we don't have a stadium clock as yet) you're not likely to get through the first ten minutes without the near silence being assailed by loud booing.