Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway admits he must keep his emotions to himself after being hit with a Football Association charge for improper conduct.
The Eagles boss teed off on referee Mark Clattenburg and his match officials after the 1-0 loss to Tottenham on Sunday, suggesting his side were in for a tough year from the refs.
The FA fined Holloway for his comments and although he stands by his words, the former Blackpool gaffer knows he has to be mindful of what he says in the future.
He posted the following on Palace’s Twitter feed:
IH : I know what I meant on Saturday, it has cost me some money but I need to learn quickly how to deal with things that happen.
IH: All my life I have tried to be an ambassador for this game and I will continue to do so but just need to learn when and what to say,
IH:I don't like losing and don't like not getting my own way, at times I get too emotional and say too much. Oh well, it's cost me.
IH: I have been on the end of bad decisions in this league before that have cost us but I have to let it go and move on.