Bradford boss Colin Todd is planning to punish striker Dean Windass after he was sent off for a two-footed tackle in their 0-0 draw with Bournemouth.
I can understand it if they want to take it out on me
"We lacked a bit of cohesion, but we had to play with 10 men for nearly 80 minutes," Todd explained.
"I thought it was a red card straight away There was no excuse for it - he's let himself down. More disappointingly, he'll miss three games now.
"But there's a code of conduct here, and he'll get disciplined."
The Bantams manager was barracked by some fans during and after the game, but he insisted: "We gave it our all out there.
"I can understand it if they want to take it out on me, as you have to make strong decisions - and you can't please everybody in football.
"With some of those supporters, they probably wouldn't cheer or applaud when we're winning - but when we lose, they're the first to complain.
"When we're winning games I don't take any accolades, the players do - but when we lose, I'll take the brunt of it, and I've always said that."