Three hooligans who lobbed stones at Barnsley FC fans after The Reds condemned Sheffield United to relegation have been convicted.
After the match at Bramall Lane in April the three yobs picked up ballast at from the tracks at Sheffield train station and threw it at Barnsley fans.
One supporter, 60, suffered a serious cut to his head. Three men from Sheffield were identified on cctv and arrested. They admitted affray.
All three were jailed and banned from football matches for seven years. The trio, aged between 19 and 23, were members of the Blades Business Crew of hooligans.