IAN Holloway has confirmed that Millwall will appeal Andy Wilkinson's red card against Blackburn Rovers.
The right back was sent off for his challenge on winger Ben Marshall during a frenzied 2-2 draw at The Den.
The Lions were 1-0 down at the time of Wilkinson's dismissal and went further behind before goals from Lee Martin and Shaun Williams rescued a point.
Holloway and his assistant Marc Bircham – as well as Blackburn coach Craig Short – were sent to the stands by referee Darren Deadman after tempers flared on the touchline.
Speaking after the game, Holloway said: "I've had a look at the tackle for the sending off for the read card. I've seen it – it is a good tackle.
"It might have looked worse than it was but it was a good tackle. He had one foot, he is an honest boy and he went in for the ball.
"They both were committed – and by the way, the other fella carried on after.
"We'll be appealing without a shadow of a doubt.
"I've got to talk to Andy montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/levitra Ambler in a minute and I will be appealing absolutely everything that happened."
Before the match, Holloway had called on his players to keep their cool if decisions went against them – but was then sent off himself for his protestations.
"I've gone and let myself down," he admitted. "I'm fuming with myself because I told my lads I'd fine them if anyone reacted to the referee.
"I've said something to the fourth official and then he couldn't control himself. He then sent me off.
"Then I get in the stand where I am supposed to be, but I had to leave because of Markus Olsson's yellow card [for blocking off Alan Dunne] – that was it for me.
"So I went down in my office, put the telly on, watched the scores coming up and jumped and nearly hit my head on the ceiling [when Williams equalised].
"I had a feeling it would happen because my boys have been fantastic but we've got to defend better."