Scott Stark given banning order for sectarian singing

A 24-year-old man has been given a two-year football banning order for sectarian singing at a match between Clyde and Rangers.

Scott Stark, from Gartcosh, pleaded guilty to the offence, at Broadwood Stadium on 16 February, during an appearance at Airdrie Sheriff Court.

He was caught after uniformed police in the south stand saw him "singing songs, including swearing and offensive sectarian lyrics".

Stark was also fined £200.

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