A COACH carrying Huddersfield Town fans was attacked as it left the game against Bristol Rovers.
A yob threw a traffic cone at one of the windows following Town’s 2-1 win on Tuesday night.
The window smashed but no-one was hurt in the incident.
Town fan Michael Scott was on the bus at the time.
He said: “We were leaving the ground at about 10pm.
“A lad who must have been about 16 years-old threw a cone at the bus and it just bounced off.
“His mate then decided to join in and picked one up and threw it at the bus and it hit the window.
“Fortunately nowadays the windows are double glazed so the outer pane smashed but the inner one was OK and no-one was hurt.
“There were two drivers on the coach, but by the time one of them had got off, the lads had scarpered.”
The coach was stopped while the glass was cleared from the road before it continued its journey.
Mr Scott said there had not been any other trouble during or after the game.
“Everyone at Bristol had been absolutely magnificent. The supporters were fantastic and there had been no problems.”
Stotts Coaches, which provided the bus, said the matter was not reported to police.