Sheffield United have issued a statement saying they won't stand for violent behaviour from fans after Norwich City supporters were attacked after the game on Saturday.
The Yorkshire club say they're liaising with Norwich City and South Yorkshire Police after incidents during and after the game. Supporters were injured in a number of incidents, objects were thrown onto the pitch while Norwich officials were threatened and abused.
In a clear move to deal with the troublemakers, the Board of Sheffield United FC issued a strongly worded statement condemning the selfish nature of some fans.
Sheffield United have already banned seven fans this season, including two from Saturday's game - a 22-year-old and a 39-year-old have both been charged by police since the weekend.
Further South Yorkshire Police investigations are ongoing and Sheffield United's CCTV footage is being used to support the attempts to bring offenders to justice.
Sheffield United have been reported to the Football Association following Saturday's game and the club could face sanctions, including financial penalties.