British football fan fought back terrorists in London Bridge attack

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Roy Larner has already been hailed a hero, with a petition launched for him to be awarded the George Cross medal for his actions in the Black and Blue steakhouse on Saturday night.

He told The Sun from hospital: "They had these long knives and started shouting about Allah".

He said: "When I heard Roy had been caught up in the attack I just thought what a hero". I took a few steps towards them and said, "Fuck you, I'm Millwall". "And so they started attacking me".

"Like an idiot I shouted back at them". Everyone else ran to the back. They got me in my head, chest and both hands. I don't think people get enough recognition for acts like this.

"It was just me, trying to grab them with my bare hands and hold on. There was blood everywhere", he said, while sharing that doctors estimate he'll remain hospitalized for the next week.

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"They were saying, 'Islam, Islam!'".

Roy claimed he shouted it a second time, and described it as "the worst thing" he could have done as they carried on attacking him.

He added: "Maybe I'm a bit brain dead".

Roy Larner, a Millwall fan, has also been praised by the British soccer club for 'his vast bravery in incredibly terrifying circumstances.' The club, which has a reputation for violent supporters, in a statement said it "stands together with all other football clubs and organizations in offering its absolute support to those in need following the tragic events of last Saturday night".

Arsenal fan and general windbag Piers Morgan thanked Larner and said on live TV that he finally had a reason to like Millwall.

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A friend of Larner's made a pitch for financial support on the crowdfunding page, JustGiving.

Phyllis Larner, 78, told The Sun: "He's fearless, my son".

'You don't know who they are.

This mans name is Roy Larner a friend of mine for for the past 20 odd years!Yesterday when the terrorist attacked he... I'd been sliced up all over. "I'd had four or five pints - nothing major", he said.

"What a true Gent, as a South East Londoner myself I take great comfort in knowing that people like you are on the streets, I wish you a speedy recovery and I too would Love to shake your hand if our paths ever cross", Katy Moss wrote.

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Speaking on Good Morning Britain today, 47-year-old Roy explained: "I've been stitched up quite well, so I'm better than I was". The front cover headline reads: "Learn to run".

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