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ey were booing and jeering and couldn't believe they'd been treated like that.
Supporters we spoke to yesterday believe Bellamy should have been more measured in his criticism of them, but also argued jeering of Whittingham was unfair.
However they were both released after the 25-year-old admitted to jeering and the 30-year-old to insulting Christofias.
However, less is known about how particular audience behaviors, like cheering or jeering, influence athletes' actual performance.
In the 65th minute, he helped set up an LA Galaxy goal, after which he turned and shrugged in the direction of the jeering section of the crowd.
But his first return match at Galaxy's home ground, a friendly against AC Milan, sparked more angry jeering, SKY News reported.
But I was already geared up to have a big game against them, and the jeering just motivated me even more.
The North African jeering at the national anthem caused widespread protestations among the French who took offense.
But Schools Secretary Ed Balls insisted there was "still a lot to play for" and - in a message directed squarely at former Cabinet Minister Charles Clarke - urged fellow Labour MPs to stick together and "stop jeering at the manager".
But the remark on Sunday led to delegates interrupting the minister, shouting and jeering.
But the remark provoked noisy protests from the conference as delegates interrupted the minister with shouting and jeering.
STEVE BRUCE was "saddened" to hear Birmingham fans jeering their own side in this afternoon's 1-0 Coca-Cola Championship victory over Stoke.