Sectarian violence could surge in Scotland in the wake of a no-deal Brexit, ministers have warned.
Hundreds of demonstrators protested yesterday at a decision to ban marches over fears of sectarian disorder.
Fair play to the SFA for applauding UEFA’s crackdown on sectarianism at Ibrox.
As rotten decisions go, the green light given by Glasgow City Council to two Irish Republican parades yesterday was a howler.
Neil Lennon expects UEFA’s fan ban on Rangers to have zero impact on the treatment he receives from sections of the Light Blues support at Ibrox today.
Rangers have been ordered to close a section of Ibrox against Legia Warsaw after UEFA ruled some of their fans were guilty of “racist behaviour” – specifically “sectarian chants”.
I’m onside with the legendary commentator and sporting voice of reason Archie McPherson, who last week ruminated on our nation’s violent footballing past, in particular the riot between Old Firm fans at the end of the 1980 Scottish Cup Final.
Aberdeen legend Willie Miller has leapt into the debate over sectarianism that has been swilling around Scottish football.
The sort of sectarian abuse suffered by Steve Clarke is nothing new.
I was born in Glasgow in 1951, and lived there for 26 years before moving to play for Liverpool.
Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke says he is encouraged by the support he has received after speaking out against sectarianism.