Oldham fans’ invasion of the pitch on Saturday after the 2-1 defeat in Ligue 2 by Colchester United is to be investigated by the Football Association.
Fans swarmed the Boundary Park pitch to protest the club’s management, with the English Football League’s Latics bottoming out after the defeat.
Oldham Sports Fans Federation declaration referred to as “calm heads”.
The group said they “understand” the feelings of the fans, but also added that they “cannot approve of an encroachment” on the pitch.
The statement continued: “Many of us have long felt that the football club was slipping more and more into danger due to poor recruitment, authoritarian management and fan alienation.
“The emotional outburst of yesterday by some supporters was a direct result of this frustration and we want to assure you that we are planning our next moves in close collaboration with [fellow supporter group] Push The Boundary and other fan groups, starting Monday. “
Four out of four losses in the league saw Keith Curle’s side collapse at the foot of Ligue 2, with just two goals scored.
“The supporters, if things don’t go their way they will show their disappointment and the way they are showing it by making their voices heard,” Curle told BBC Radio Manchester.
“I understand their frustrations and I feel for them. We are going to work harder. We are reduced to the basics and we just have to face them.”