Hereford FC could face a potential fine from the FA after supporters threw smoke bombs onto the field of play after the Bulls scored at FC United of Manchester at the weekend.

A travelling army of around 400 supporters made the trip up to Manchester and whilst the majority did the club proud, the actions of a few will likely be the cause of discussion in the Hereford FC boardroom once again.

With the club flirting with relegation, the prospect of any potential fine or possible points deduction will be seen as an unwanted distraction at such an important stage of the season. The Bulls had look destined to take a much needed three points back to Herefordshire after goals from Mike Symons and Eliot Richards. However the home side equalised in stoppage time to leave manager Marc Richards frustrated at his sides inability to see out games.