Rangers keeper Grant Adam denies sectarian charge
- 7 November 2011
- From the section Glasgow & West Scotland
Rangers reserve goalkeeper Grant Adam has pleaded not guilty to singing sectarian songs while on a night out in Glasgow.
It is alleged the 20-year-old took part in offensive singing outside a nightclub in the Merchant City area in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Mr Adam was granted bail and ordered to return to Glasgow Sheriff Court for a further hearing in January.
Rangers said they were aware of legal proceedings and would investigate.
The goalkeeper's brother, Charlie Adam, plays for Liverpool.
A spokesman for the Ibrox club said: "We are aware that a player was arrested and we will investigate the matter fully before we make a comment."