SOCCER fans have been given a stern warning in the run-up to Town's match at Blackpool on Saturday.
Police there have publicly warned home supporters to `behave or else' after a Town coach was bricked outside the Bloomfield Road ground after February's night match.
Saturday's match also has added spice after Blackpool knocked Town out of the FA Cup with a 1-0 victory in the first round at the Galpharm Stadium last weekend.
Blackpool police are warning football supporters they will not tolerate any bad behaviour this Saturday.
Match commander Insp Dave Old from Blackpool police, said: "Local supporters are warned that anyone contemplating causing trouble will find themselves in hot water.
"We will not tolerate troublemakers who do their best to bring the game into disrepute and if anyone needs ejecting from the ground then we will not hesitate to do so.
"Where we can issue banning orders for bad behaviour, we will do so. Even if you are outside the premises, we can still ban you."
Huddersfield police football liaison officer Pc Mick Houseman said Town fans had been well behaved on their travels away from home this season and did not forsee problems.
But officers from Huddersfield will be travelling to watch for troublemakers.
Town played in Blackpool last Valentine's Day night and while fans were in coaches waiting to leave the ground for the trip home, a brick was hurled through one window.
A woman suffered a shoulder injury but Town fans on board were disappointed at the help given by Blackpool stewards.
Fans were stranded for almost two hours yet complained that no-one from the club went to check how they were.