MILLWALL are waiting to hear if they will face any action from the Football Association after a touchline ruckus at The Den.
Manager Ian Holloway and his assistant Marc Bircham were both sent to the stands for clashing with the Blackburn bench during a dramatic 2-2 draw on Tuesday.
Rovers coach Craig Short was also removed from the touchline by referee Darren Deadman as Andy Wilkinson's controversial red card prompted a mass brawl.
The FA are expected to investigate what happened, while the Lions yesterday appealed Wilkinson's dismissal, which carries a three-match ban.
Chief executive Andy Ambler told the Southwark News: "The referee's assessor was at the game looking at it and the reports from the fourth official and the referee will go in.
"In the cold light of day, I don't think what happened was as bad as it actually seemed. There was a lot of passion.
"The FA will have a look at the events of Tuesday night and we await their findings before commenting further."
Holloway was banished from the dugout in the 75th minute of the match after complaining about another dubious decision.
He then watched the closing stages – including Shaun Williams’ 88th-minute equaliser – on a television monitor in his office.
"I had a nice cup of coffee," he said. "What else could I do? I had no contact with Marc Bircham, because he was already off.
"It was their reaction to the tackle that I felt the referee could have dealt better with. I have a lot of time for [Blackburn manager] Gary Bowyer but I didn't at that moment.
"I didn’t feel that was right. Every one of them on their bench ran out and then their bloke gets up again – it's just a tackle, isn't it? It wasn’t a bad one.
"And Ricardo Fuller has a boot mark on his groin and we got nothing for that. I feel like I've let them down because you have to remain calm if you can.
"But how many more [decisions will go against us]? I've got to learn to stay calm but if you don't fight, care and show passion when you feel aggrieved, then you might as well pack it in.
"What I'm loving is Millwall and the crowd here. I'm absolutely loving it.”