Brentford boss Uwe Rosler showed he has not mellowed after being sent the stands in his side's 1-1 draw against Notts County.
A wonder strike by Clayton Donaldson 12 seconds after the break gave the visitors a point following Jeff Hughes' first half penalty.
However, the game will be remembered for a moment of madness from former Manchester City favourite Rosler after he was sent to the stands for refusing to move as Alan Sheehan tried to take a free-kick in front of the dugouts.
After the game Rosler was adamant he did nothing wrong.
He said: "I was stood in my technical area and the free-kick was taken three metres away from where it should have been.
"We will ask the Football League to look into it. Obviously I didn't do anything wrong, I just stood in my area, I didn't move. The last word is not spoken and we will go to the Football League."