Date: 6th November 2014 at 6:00pm
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Manager Ian Holloway has talked of his ’embarrassment and regret’ following his behaviour in the game against Blackburn Rovers.

Having been sent off during the game, the FA have warned the gaffer about his future conduct following the two all draw where Millwall came from two goals behind to take a point.

Holloway, speaking to the official site said of the incident.

‘I feel a real sense of embarrassment now. I have a responsibility as manager, but I let the club and the supporters down. I let my family down and I let myself down. I would like to apologise for that. Passions run high in football, but there is a line and I overstepped it on Tuesday night. Being sent to the stand is not the example that I should be setting, and I deeply regret what happened.’

Following the game, assistant manager Marc Bircham has also been slapped with an ‘improper conduct’ charge as he was also ejected from the dug out during the match.

He has until 6pm on November 10th to provide a response to the charge and whether he accepts it or whether he wishes to appeal.

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