Wakefield have issued a 12-month ban after identifying a fan wanted in connection with an incident of anti-social behaviour.
Trinity published an image of a supporter they were aiming to track down this afternoon.
And they have followed up to confirm that they have the information they need.
They added: “We have issued a 12-month ban.
“Fans are advised that anyone seen displaying anti-social behaviour at any game will also be dealt with accordingly.”
It’s understood the offence relates to the lighting of a flare.
We now have the information we need and we have issued a 12 month ban.
Fans are advised that anyone seen displaying anti-social behaviour at any game will also be dealt with accordingly. https://t.co/IbEyYjYcnh
— Wakefield Trinity (@WTrinityRL) September 16, 2019
Very impressive from Wakefield. Swift and decisive action on anti social behaviour. Mr Carter has made it quite clear these kind of people aren’t welcome or wanted by the club making Belle Vue a safer and better environment for decent Trinity fans👍 https://t.co/iIMaNlpF6o
— Rod Studd (@Rod_Studd) September 16, 2019