Queens Park Rangers manager Jim Magilton has vowed to clear his name following the club's decision to launch an internal inquiry about the fall-out from the 3-1 defeat at Watford on Monday evening.
Magilton is rumoured to have clashed with Akos Buzsaky following the reverse at Vicarage Road, but the Northern Irishman has denied a physical confrontation.
He stated: "While passions can run high in football, especially after a poor performance, I categorically deny any allegation of wrong-doing following Monday's fixture.
"I understand that the club has initiated an internal investigation, with which I will cooperate fully.
"This is an unfortunate situation and I look forward to resuming my responsibilities shortly."
With Magilton, assistant manager John Gorman and reserve team boss Keith Ryan all staying away from Loftus Road, youth team managers Steve Gallen and Marc Bircham have been placed in charge of first-team affairs.