IAN Holloway wants to stamp out "disrespectful" chanting at Millwall games.
The Lions boss was critical of taunts aimed at Leeds United fans about Jimmy Savile during Saturday's opening-day victory over the Yorkshire side.
Police believe that Savile, who was born in the city, was a prolific sexual offender.
Holloway said: "I didn't like the banter to be honest. I don't think that is respectful, I really don't.
"I don't think the chants are right because that is disrespecting anybody he hasn't treated with the utmost respect, which is disgusting.
"I don't care where he is from or what he does – that's an absolute disgrace. Let's stop and think about what he has actually done, yeah?
"That's the most important thing and we don't see that. 'Oh, it is a bit of banter'. But it isn’t funny, is it? I don’t think so.
"Nobody likes a laugh more than me but I'm respectful.
"It goes over what football is about and to me that is obscene."