Date: 14th January 2010 at 7:35pm
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Despite previously protesting his innocence, supported by Roy Keane, Ian Holloway has pleaded guilty to his charge from the FA of improper conduct relating to his behaviour in the FA Cup tie against Ipswich.

Holloway was of course sent to the stands following his hilarious striptease protest after Ipswich’s second goal, supposedly for foul and abusive language.

Holloway’s possible punishments include a fine and a touchline ban, but the Seasiders manager has asked the FA to easy on him.

‘I let myself down in a very petulant manner, which I can only apologise to our fans for,’ he said.

Ollie now awaits the decision of the FA’s disciplinary panel who will meet to discuss the charge in the near future.