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Fight between players and pitch invade after Motherwell – Rangers 31.05.2015


Crazy playoff match in Scotland between teams of Motherwell and Rangers. Madness after the game as players fight and fans invade the pitch.

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Celtic – Rangers 01.02.2015, 1008 days since the last Old Firm match


Semi-final in the Scottish League Cup. Match played in front of more than 50 000 spectators at Hampden Park. 1008 days since the great rivals Celtic and Rangers met and this was also the Old Firm derby number 400 in the history! Celtic Rangers

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Police warned Celtic players at training, clashes expected for derby against Rangers.


Surprising visitors had the players of Celtic in today’s training (29.01.2014) They were visited by the police, but not because misconduct of one of their “stars”. The police went to the training, to warn the players to not enjoy much if some of them score in upcoming derby with Rangers. The way Celtic fans celebrate after goal is dangerous and …

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Rangers – Hearts 16.01.2014, fans made troubles and protest against club board


A large number of Rangers fans staged a loud and angry demonstration outside Ibrox prior to last night’s match with Hearts, as supporters vented their fury at the latest news from the club. On Thursday it emerged that the board were considering mortgaging off Ibrox and Murray Park in return for a £10 million loan from Mike Ashley. Several hundred …

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Dinamo Zagreb – Celtic 11.12.2014, riot police used tear gas against away fans


Celtic could face disciplinary action from UEFA after their fans let off a flare during Thursday’s match against Dinamo Zagreb. Croatian police then intervened — appearing to spray the away supporters with a liquid — near the start of the Europa League encounter. Unconfirmed reports suggest local police used tear gas in order to control fans of the Scottish Premiership …

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Police arrested 29 people in connection with Scotland – England 18.11.2014


Twenty-nine people were arrested in connection with incidents related to the Scotland v England football fixture on Tuesday night. Seven were detained inside Celtic Park by police, with a further 19 being arrested in and around Glasgow city centre. A further three were held by the British Transport Police. Police Scotland say all were detained for minor offences. They are …

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Huge security operation to be launched for Scotland – England clash at Celtic Park


Tuesday night’s friendly in Glasgow has been given the highest possible UEFA security risk rating and major steps are being taken to ensure there’s no repeat of the violence when the teams met 15 years ago. Hooligans are planning a series of violent battles before this week’s Scotland-England clash. Police Scotland say they have received information that yobs from both …

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Livingston – Rangers 04.10.2014, fight with stewards and five arrested following Rangers crowd disturbances


Crowd trouble flared at Livingston yesterday (04.10.2014) as scuffles between Rangers supporters and police and stewards resulted in five arrests among the visiting supporters. And there were reports of further disturbances outside the ground after the 1-0 win for Ally McCoist’s side, with mounted police officers required to restore order. The problems arose midway through the first period when a …

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Scottish police press release on BBB before Celtic FC – Dinamo Zagreb


EVENT: Celtic FC V Dinamo Zagreb LOCATION: Parkhead, Glasgow KICK OFF: 2005hrs INTRODUCTION On Thursday 2nd of October 2014 Celtic FC will play Dinamo Zagreb in a Eurpoa League football match being played at Parkhead. Dinamo Zagreb has been allocated 600 tickets with 250 currently sold. It is anticipated that approximately 150 Zagreb risk fans will travel to Glasgow without …

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Nationalists and Unionists clash in Bucchanan street Glasgow 19.09.2014


Police have made six arrests after separating groups of rival Unionists and independence supporters in Glasgow. Officers, some mounted on horses, lined up to divide a large number of people waving union jacks from a group of “Yes” supporters. The trouble began when the Union supporters fired a flare and charged, but their numbers dwindled away later.

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