THE English Football League (EFL) says it will be writing to Bradford City manager Stuart McCall to apologise after Millwall fans confronted them on the pitch at Wembley.

Hundreds of Millwall fans invaded the Wembley turf at full-time following their side's 1-0 win over the Bantams in the League One Play-off Final.

During these angry scenes, a number of fans of the south London club goaded the City players and Mr McCall, who said he was close to "clocking" a couple of the supporters.

The EFL has today condemned the actions of the Millwall supporters and said it would be encouraging Wembley to work with the Metropolitan Police and Millwall to identify the most prominent culprits and take appropriate action.

An EFL spokesman said: "The EFL will be writing to Stuart McCall and his Bradford team to apologise for the situation they found themselves in.

"It is a criminal offence to enter the playing area and whilst some of those who made the decision to break the law did so to celebrate their team’s success back to the Championship, a mindless few opted to goad the Bradford City players.

"Their actions were completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated by the EFL.

"The efforts of the Millwall manager and some of his players to remove the offenders from the pitch should be complemented as should Neil Harris' appropriate and welcome apology on behalf of his club."