Leeds United goalkeeper Kasper Ankergren has pleaded guilty to The FA's charge of improper conduct.
The Danish shot-stopper was charged for allegedly throwing a missile at Swindon's fans during Leeds' 1-0 win at the County Ground last month.
With the League One campaign entering a crucial stage of the season, Leeds boss Gary McAllister will be crossing his fingers the former Brondby man is not handed a suspension.
Whites supremo Ken Bates was unhappy Ankergren had been charged over his behaviour, while Swindon's fans appear to have gone unpunished for their involvement in the altercation.
Meanwhile, the League One promotion hopefuls have handed a trial to Liverpool's Irish youth international Shane O'Connor.
The 17-year-old can operate at left-back of the left-hand side of midfield and will have a chance to impress Leeds' coaching staff when he features against Hartlepool's reserves on Wednesday.