Two more arrests after Celtic v Rangers Under-17s Cup Final

Rangers v Celtic Glasgow Cup Final The match was delayed after smoke bombs were let off by both sets of fans

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Two more people have been arrested over unrest at an Under-17 Youth Cup Final between Celtic and Rangers in Glasgow.

Smoke bombs were let off and seats ripped up at the game at Firhill Stadium on 29 April.

Police said two 16-year-old males were arrested at addresses in Penicuik and Paisley on Wednesday.

Five men - aged 28, 21, 19 and two 17-year-olds - have already been reported to the procurator fiscal in connection with the disturbance.

Police Scotland made three arrests at the game, which Rangers won 3-2.

The force said it expected to make more arrests.

The two most recent arrests were over the youths' alleged conduct and behaviour at the match.

Both were released on an undertaking that they would appear at court at a later date. They will be the subject of reports to the procurator fiscal.

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