Greater Manchester Police forced around 80 fans to leave the city before the game and put them on coaches back to Stoke-on-Trent.
Greater Manchester Police has since apologised to a small number of those supporters and reimbursed the cost of their match tickets.
The force is also reviewing the way it uses section 27 orders.
However, publicity about the episode has led to more Stoke fans contacting the federation to claim they were also unfairly treated.
Section 27 orders allow police to remove individuals from an area for up to 48 hours if they believe there is a threat of alcohol-related crime or disorder.
However, the Football Supporters’ Federation is campaigning against the use of the orders on football supporters.
Federation chairman Malcolm Clarke has urged individual supporters to get in touch sooner rather than later, to allow the organisation to focus on its campaign.
He said: “It’s a case really that if there’s any one else there, step forward now or forever hold your peace.
“In terms of the campaign, I would say it is so far so good. But we are still some way from the finishing line.”
The Football Supporters Federation can be contacted on 08702 777777.