Bradford City have banned three supporters over incidents during their FA Cup quarter-final ties with Reading, with more still being investigated.
Bradford's fans have been hailed as "second to none" by joint chairman Mark Lawn following the club's disappointing FA Cup exit.
Chairman Mark Lawn is confident Bradford will not let their FA Cup disappointment derail their League One play-off chances.
The dates for both FA Cup semi-finals involving Reading v Arsenal and Aston Villa v Liverpool or Blackburn have been announced.
The Bradford fan arrested for alleged racial abuse of Garath McCleary in Monday's FA Cup replay at Reading faces a lifetime club ban.