MILLWALL chairman John Berylson will stand by his decision to keep Ian Holloway.
The Lions board faced calls from some fans to remove Holloway from his position after Tuesday's 3-1 home defeat to Sheffield Wednesday.
But Berylson, who publicly backed Holloway during the transfer window, is not about to change his mind and fire the 51-year-old.
"The decision was made in January by the chairman to change the team and keep the manager," chief executive Andy Ambler told Lions Live.
"He went public with that decision and you all saw what happened – we got rid of a lot of players and brought in a lot of players.
"When you look at it, performances improved.
"That decision was made and if we were to consider sacking the manager now, not only would it be a waste of the money spent by the chairman in January but sacking the manager is always a million-pound decision.
"I don't care who it is, you don't just sack the manager, you end up sacking the whole coaching team and some of the players too.
"We've got 13 games left, a manager that pulled us out of a worse situation last year when we were bottom of the league with nine games to go and, although it doesn't feel like it, we're three points better off now.
"I fully appreciate what the fans are saying because our home form has been dreadful but the position of the chairman is to back the manager, give him the players and see where it takes us."