Dr Marwan Koukash has apologised to Huddersfield Giants and ‘decent fans’ after ugly scenes in the away end marred Salford’s victory at the John Smith’s Stadium on Easter Monday.
The Red Devils won the game 26-24, but a fight broke out amongst a minority of those in the Salford end.
Some of the Salford players’ families were seated in the area where the disturbance took place and centre Junior Sa’u and winger Justin Carney ran through the crowd to their aid.
In a statement on the club’s website, Koukash said: “I want to apologise to the Huddersfield Giants and to all the decent fans at the game today.
“It should be a good game and family sport to come to. People that are causing problems and fighting don’t deserve to be involved.”
Reports suggest that a flare was thrown onto the field from the Salford end before a spectator was ejected by stewards moments before fighting broke out.
Anybody with information about the incident is urged to contact the Red Devils.