“I'm not proud to be Leeds manager when I see that. I thought it was an absolute disgrace”
Neil WarnockLeeds United manager
"I thought those days had gone 15 or 20 years ago. They should be punished. I've had it for 12 years and it is just upsetting that they are able to do it.
"The authorities have to look at it and sort it. I'm talking about an incident when we should be talking about the football."
Jones was also angry that Leeds manager Neil Warnock instructed his players to applaud the away fans at the end of the game.
"I really am fuming that he sent his players to clap them. For what? Wrecking a stadium, beating up my goalkeeper?" he added.
South Yorkshire Police have issued a statement saying they were also investigating incidents "where it is believed seats and bottles were thrown" inside the ground.
Kirkland was able to finish the game but Jones said the player was "sore", "dazed" and "maybe concussed" in the dressing room.
Warnock, who offered to calm both sets of fans down in the first half as tensions rose, admitted he was "embarrassed" to be a manager.
He said: "I'm not proud to be Leeds manager when I see that.
"I don't mind the atmosphere, there's been elbows flying, but to see things like that on the field of play, I'm embarrassed."
A Leeds statement read: "Leeds United would like to publicly apologise and condemn the action of the fan who came on the pitch and attacked Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Chris Kirkland.
John Mann, Labour MP for Bassetlaw and Leeds fan
"I was at the game supporting Leeds as I have done for over 40 years. Both sets of fans were disgraceful. A sizeable group within each were coming out with relentless, abusive chanting. It's sad. There is no question that Leeds should be banned from having away fans for a match. The collective crowd did not hand over this thug after he returned to his seat. There are people there who know him and they should be banned. That stand where the Sheffield Wednesday fans were rioting should also be shut for a match."
"After the week football has endured there is no place for this type of behaviour and the majority of Leeds supporters will be ashamed of his actions."
Ray Fell, chairman of the Leeds United Supporters' Club, said he was "distressed" at what had happened.
"The majority of the Leeds fans in the crowd did not approve of the chanting and certainly not the lad who ran on the pitch," Fell told BBC Radio 5 live.
A South Yorkshire Police statement read: "During the match between Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds United at Hillsborough, incidents have occurred where it is believed seats and bottles were thrown inside the ground.
"Such incidents are not acceptable and we will be working with both clubs to identify quickly the persons responsible.
"Thankfully, such incidents are a rarity when we see a minority spoil it for the majority of genuine supporters."
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