Ahead of this weekend’s game against Coventry City, the club would like to remind supporters of their responsibility to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner while supporting the team both home and away.
The PNE faithful will be travelling in their numbers once again this weekend. As always your fantastic support is appreciated and we hope all supporters are able to enjoy their day both on and off the pitch.
Since the return of fans this season, football has seen a rise in anti-social behaviour from supporters, particularly from away fans at fixtures across the country.
While the club appreciates this is caused by a minority of supporters, we would like to reiterate the importance of behaving responsibly at all fixtures, with those actions causing a substantial risk to not only those involved but to others around them.
All supporters are urged to avoid the use of pyrotechnics and all forms of disorder, including but not limited to: all forms of discrimination, vandalism, the use of drugs or excessive alcohol, and entering the field of play.
This behaviour displays a lack of respect for both the club and your fellow supporters and could lead to serious sanctions against any individual to be found guilty of any of the above. The club is prepared to take the strongest action possible in the most serious cases, including lifetime bans for those involved if necessary.
Once again we thank our fans for the superb support shown to the manager and the team, and we hope our supporters can continue to enjoy a safe matchday experience both at Deepdale and on the road.