'SFA have to act after cup final trouble'
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'SFA have to act after cup final trouble'

Police investigations are continuing into Saturday's crowd violence following Hibernian's win over Rangers in the Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park.

Thousands of supporters invaded the pitch at the final whistle sparking clashes with rival fans.

Rangers have called for an independent inquiry.

Gordon Smith, the former chief executive of the SFA, has told the BBC he believes Hibernian will have to answer to the sport's governing body after the trouble.

  • 23 May 2016
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