MILLWALL boss Kenny Jackett has backed defender Alan Dunne after he admitted a Football Association charge of improper conduct for comments posted on Twitter.
The Lions will submit written evidence to a disciplinary committee in the hope of persuading the FA to issue a lenient punishment – or even just a warning.
And while boss Jackett has since banned his players from discussing club matters on the social-networking site, he says Dunne will receive his full backing.
"Alan wants to state his case because he thinks he's got a very good case to answer for," Jackett told the Southwark News.
"He's a very generic lexapro side effects forum solid character and I would vouch for him as being responsible, and experienced as well. I will take each case individually as I will with Alan's – I want to hear each case and make sure that we give every player the right to reply and talk about the situation.
"We've written to every player, so it [the ban] has come from the chairman and the board of directors to everybody.
"My players are sensible enough to know now that we need to refrain from doing that, and I don't think that there will be any problems in that area."