Preston North End are waiting to hear if they will face action after a smoke ‘bomb’ was allegedly thrown during the team’s away clash at Wolves on Saturday.
A total of eight arrests were made relating to the Championship fixture at Molineux, with seven of those PNE supporters.
Four PNE fans were arrested for pitch encroachment and there were two apprehended for being drunk and disorderly. There was also one arrest made at a railway station.
As yet, North End have received no confirmation or information that their supporters were responsible for the letting off of a pyrotechnic.
The alleged incident was not included in either the referee or police reports from the match.
Smoke bombs have often cursed PNE away games over the past few years and the club had a suspended fine imposed on them for a past misdemeanour by their supporters.
It is believed that such suspended fines have a one-year time limit and that may now have elapsed..
A Preston North End spokesman said: “Preston North End Football Club condemns any supporters whose behaviour brings the club’s reputation into disrepute.
“We fully support the police and stewards in ensuring that supporters who misbehave are dealt with appropriately.”