Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Police hunt Celtic fans after sectarian chants on train

COPS are hunting Celtic yobs who sang vile hate songs on a train after the team’s defeat at St Johnstone.
Around 20 louts were blamed for sectarian chants on the service from Perth to Inverness.
Last night British Transport Police appealed for witnesses to the incident on Saturday evening. They said the foul singing was kept up “throughout the journey — particularly around Aviemore.”
AROUND 20 Celtic hooligans brought chaos to the streets of Scotland’s capital when they battled with casuals associated with Hibs.
Mayhem erupted at Edinburgh’s International Bar after the Wednesday night League Cup quarter-final between the sides at Easter Road stadium.
The mass brawl spilled on to the street outside the pub.
And terrified families cowered for safety inside the nearby Royal Hospital for Sick Children.
Lothian and Borders Detective Sergeant Mike Leask said later: “This disorder has been pre-organised by those involved in football-related violence.”

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