NEIL Warnock claimed Millwall's players "conned" referee Mark Halsey during ten-man Leeds United's 1-0 defeat at The Den.
Warnock was seething after Luke Varney was shown a straight red card by the Premier League official for an elbow on Tottenham loanee Adam Smith.
The Lions went onto win the game 1-0 thanks to Chris Wood's 85th-minute header – his seventh goal in 12 games.
And Warnock, who revealed Halsey refused to speak with him after the game, described the decision to dismiss Varney as "scandalous."
He said: "I saw Luis Suarez go in studs-up on an ankle for Liverpool on Saturday and he didn't get sent-off – and then Luke gets sent-off for that? There's no consistency.
"They [the FA] want to get their priorities right. They need to educate referees about what is a sending-off and what isn't.
"I didn't think someone of Mark's experience would go straight for his red card. I think he'll be disappointed when he sees it again, but that's no good to us, is it?
"Luke will probably get suspended for four games if we appeal."
Warnock's fury was not limited to Varney's red card, montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/ativan however, after the 63-year-old added that he may encourage his players to "cheat" and "roll over" in future to win more free-kicks.
"It's alright saying it's cheating but I wish we did it more," he said. "I saw Adam Drury clear the ball down the line, get fouled and the carry on limping. He should go down and roll over, shouldn't he?
"We've got so many green grassers, so many lads that are naive and when we don't get free-kicks, we wonder why. The referee was conned by certain things today.
"If you're experienced, you get free-kicks. It does your head in. You shouldn't have to tell your players to go down.
"Josh Wright should have got booked in the first-half – alright, the referee's given us the advantage, great, but he's got to come back and book him. There's no excuse for that.
"The kid can go and do another bad tackle and know he's alright to get away with it. I think it's scandalous – referees have gone backwards."