JOHN Beryslon wants Ian Holloway to continue wearing his heart on his sleeve despite being sent to the stands for berating a referee last week.
Holloway was formally warned about his conduct by the Football Association after a row broke out on the touchline during ten-man Millwall's 2-2 draw with Blackburn Rovers.
Assistsant boss Marc Bircham was also removed from the dugout and it is understood he will admit an FA charge of improper conduct.
But Lions chairman Berylson does not want Holloway to become any less emotional in the future.
"I love Ollie the way he is," said Berylson. "He is very emotional but I back him all the way. I wouldn't change him and I don't want to cap him.
"I'm as angry as he was about the Blackburn game and I like that he wears his heart on his sleeve."