The only comment from any of the players so far is from Alan Tate
"I'm getting interviewed by the police this week but that's all I'm saying on the matter at the moment."
The police have confirmed they are investigating and Tate and Trundle are due to see their club solicitor today to prepare statements.
Swansea could face a misconduct charge from the FAW while the players could be fined and banned.
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Football League spokesman John Nagle said of the events
"We absolutely deplore these actions. One would hope that it was just over-exuberance on the part of the players, after winning the Football League Trophy. However, that is still little excuse.
"League clubs are working hard to encourage more families and more young supporters to matches and it is important that players recognise their wider responsibility to the game when they are in these situations."