Clubs could do more to tackle fan behaviour
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MSP Kelly says football clubs could do more to stop bad behaviour

The MSP who is bidding to scrap the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act calls on all football clubs to do more to improve fan behaviour.

James Kelly told BBC Scotland's political editor Brian Taylor that the legislation, enacted in 2012, does not work and should be got rid of.

The Labour politician has launched a consultation into what he believes is a piece of legislation that "wasn't working".

Asked whether football clubs could do more to tackle the behaviour of fans, Mr Kelly said: "I would like to see clubs across the board become more involved in promoting good behaviour among fans."

  • 29 Sep 2016