Holland manager Bert van Marwijk and captain Mark van Bommel have taken umbrage at the booing and jeering of Arjen Robben during a friendly against Bayern Munich.
Arjen Robben drew boos and whistles from many fans of his club when he came on as a substitute for the Netherlands in a friendly three days after he missed an extra-time penalty in the Champions League final against Chelsea.
The applause he received after Tuesday's friendly had ended didn't make up for the shrill whistles and jeers, Van Marwijk said.
Former Bayern captain Mark van Bommel called the crowd's behaviour "scandalous". "After all he's done for this club, it's a disgrace," he told Dutch television. "I know he's just renewed his contract, but he might be better off looking for another club."
Bayern manager Jupp Heynckes took a different tack. "He'll just have to get used to it. It's part of the lives of public people like politicians and football stars."
Bayern won 3-2 in Tuesday's one-off friendly that was part of the settlement to a bitter dispute between the club and the Dutch football federation over an injury that was aggravated when Robben played for Holland at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. As a result, he was unable to play for Bayern in the domestic league for many months.
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