HARTLEPOOL United are calling on fans for good behaviour ahead of their away game at Luton at the weekend.
A message for Pools supporters ahead of the final two away games of the campaign has been issued by the club.
Club chiefs say that following an incident at the York City match on Saturday, they have been asked by the FA to appeal to supporters regarding conduct at away games.
Pools were backed by more than 2,000 fans for the fixture at Bootham Crescent and the vast majority were a credit to the club, but an incident was reported by referee Keith Stroud.
“The Football Club would like to thank our fans for their fantastic support this season,” said Chief Executive Russ Green.
“Our support has been magnificent, not only at Victoria Park, but also away from home.
“We now have two massive away fixtures remaining at Luton Town and Carlisle United and we would ask you to be on your best behaviour and support us in your usual vociferous manner.
“Remember, you are representing the club and the town of Hartlepool and we don’t want our excellent reputation being tarnished because of the small minority.
“Let’s keep the faith, get behind Ronnie and the lads and continue to be great ambassadors of our club and town and hopefully succeed in our United goal – survival.”