Cardiff City fans have started a fundraising campaign to help pay a £20,000 fine handed to manager Neil Warnock.
The Football Association found the Cardiff boss guilty of "improper conduct" for comments made after his team's controversial 2-1 defeat against Chelsea last month.
Now fans have stepped forward to help pay the fine. Adam Brown from Caerphilly set up the online fundraiser, saying fans should pay “£1 each” to help cover the £20,000.
Mr Brown described the officials calls in the Cardiff Chelsea game as a "shocker" and said Warnock's comments "weren’t that bad".
So far Mr Brown's campaign has raised over three hundred pounds.
The Cardiff manager made the comments after a controversial Premier League clash against Chelsea last month.
Chelsea were 1-0 down with six minutes left when Cesar Azpilicueta, who was standing two yards offside, met Marcos Alonso's flick-on to head home the equaliser.
Warnock has avoided a touchline ban and will be pitch-side for Cardiff's penultimate game of the season against Crystal Palace. The Bluebirds will be battling against relegation at home.