SWINDON Town fans involved in an attack on a coach carrying away supporters have been threatened with lifetime bans by the club.
A total of 13 people have now been arrested as police probe the incident, which happened after Town lost 3-1 to Bradford City at the County Ground on October 23.

After the game a group of home fans chased and attacked a coach near the Magic Roundabout.

Watch: Swindon Town fans chase Bradford City bus  

Police said they had made 10 arrests last week. Now the club has confirmed three more arrests have been made, with one more expected. 

In a statement posted onto its website, the club also confirmed it was working with police to find those responsible for the incident and would not tolerate fans behaving in that way. 

It said: "Having worked closely with Wiltshire Police, 13 arrests have now been made with a further arrest expected to follow in the wake of home fans attacking the Bradford City team bus after our EFL Sky Bet League Two fixture on October 23.

"Ten arrests were made on Wednesday, two further arrests were made on Thursday and one was arrested just prior to Friday's game against Manchester City, with another arrest expected to take place.

"Those held were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder, and are all currently on police bail.

"We would like to thank Wiltshire Police for their hard work and assistance on this matter, and we would once again like to stress that this kind of behaviour will not be tolerated by Swindon Town Football Club.

"Anyone found to be participating in such behaviour will be punished accordingly and could face a lifetime ban from the County Ground.

"We are determined to continue to work closely with Wiltshire Police to stamp out football violence from the game as it has no place.

Inspector James Neighbour said: “The sort of violent behaviour that was witnessed following this match is absolutely unacceptable. 

“We are determined to robustly tackle such behaviour and ensure that those involved answer for their actions.

“Football related violence has no place in the game and we are working closely with Swindon Town Football Club to ensure that these sort of incidents, which can ruin the experience for real fans, are stamped out.”

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The club has been forced to make similar statements concerning the repetitive lighting if flares at home and away games, something that is banned and punishable by the EFL. 

More recently the club's owner, Clem Morfuni, stated his disgust after a police investigation was launched into alleged racist abuse aimed towards pundit Ashley Cole who was presenting the FA Cup third round clash against Manchester City. 

Anyone with information about the disorder on October 23, near the Magic Roundabout, is asked to call 101.