Kenny Jackett has condemned the fans who racially abused his striker Jason Price and West Ham frontman Carlton Cole during the Carling Cup clash on Tuesday.
Trouble flared before the match and several pitch invasions from Hammers fans marred a 3-1 win for the Premier League side.
To make matters worse Price and Cole have revealed since that they both suffered racist abuse from opposition fans.
England international Cole has simply shrugged off the matter but Lions boss Jackett declares that there is no room for such behaviour in the game.
"There were two allegations of racial abuse during that game," he told Sky Sports News.
"One was against Jason Price, my centre-forward, and one against Carlton Cole and we don't want to see those types of things.
"We are dead against it at Millwall and it's just a zero tolerance for either player, there's one on each side there, there is no place for it in the game whatsoever."