Both Swansea City and Derby County face FAW charges after the brawl that marred the Swans win over their hosts on Saturday.
Gorka Pintado’s challenge led on Robbie Savage led to the brawl and yesterday both sides were charged with failing to control their players by their respective FAs.
And Dyer told the Western Mail “Sometimes we need to be a bit clever and know when things are right and when they are not,” said Dyer. “But I think emotions start running high when the first tackle goes in and then the rest start going in.
“We’ve just got to try and keep a cool head in those situations.
“There was a couple of sending-offs, which is bad for both teams, but we did well to compose ourselves after that and hold on to the win.
“Derby is always going to be a hard place to come to. We just had to grit our teeth and make sure we came away with a win.
“It was a massive win for us,” said Dyer. “A few of the teams below us didn’t win so it gives us a bit of a cushion now.
“We can prepare for the next game on Saturday and kick on from there.”