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Govan NEWS » The scene in Govan.............. » Tue Feb 6 3:06 pm

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Gang of thugs in Rangers bar batter teen
and 46-year-old in savage attack

Glasgow Subway will have no staff on most trains
in £288m overhaul.


Govan NEWS » The scene in Govan.............. » Tue Feb 6 3:00 pm

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Police riot vans on the scene in Govan
as man barricades himself in flat

Emergency services are dealing with an incident in Govan amid reports of a man barricading himself in a flat.

Police were called to Langlands Road around 3.35pm today (Thursday) and remain on the scene now. A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “Officers are dealing with an incident in which a man has barricaded himself in a flat and refuses to come out.


General Discussion » ​Rangers 1-2 Hibernian » Tue Feb 6 2:48 pm

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Rangers 1-2 Hibernian: Neil Lennon's side
secure second win at Ibrox this season

RANGERS suffered their second home defeat of the campaign to Hibernian as Neil Lennon’s side won 2-1 at Ibrox.

The Capital club were 3-2 winners in Glasgow earlier this term and goals from John McGinn and Jamie MacLaren earned them all three points on this occasion.

Rangers had pulled themselves level through Sean Goss but it was to prove another disappointing afternoon for boss Murty as he suffered another costly defeat on home soil.

After seeing his side beat Fraserburgh in the Scottish Cup in midweek, Murty reverted to the line-up that had seen off Aberdeen and Ross County on Premiership duty following their return to action last month.


Govan NEWS » Fire in a Govan Scrapyard. . . . » Sat Apr 29 6:28 pm

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Govan car scrapyard fire leaves thousands without power

A fire at a scrapyard in Glasgow sent a huge plume of smoke above the city and left about 3,000 homes without power.

The blaze at Japanese Autoparts, in Helen Street, near Ibrox stadium, broke out at about 16:30 GMT on Sunday.

Scottish Power said one of its buildings was involved in the fire, which was still burning on Monday morning, and power was 
shut off in the area as fire crews assessed the damage. Power was restored to customers at 21:50, the firm said.
At its peak, about 50 firefighters tackled the blaze and there are still 20 firefighters at the scene.
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Eight arrests after Old Firm match at Ibrox

A 23-year-old man has been arrested after a fan ran on to the pitch to confront Celtic captain Scott Brown during the Old Firm match at Ibrox.
He was one of eight people detained by police in connection with alleged offences in and around the stadium.
The man has been charged under the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications Act.
Police said they were also aware of an alleged racially motivated incident and inquiries were ongoing.
It is understood someone allegedly made a monkey gesture at Celtic player Scott Sinclair.

'Unacceptable behaviour'

The 23-year-old man was expected to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Tuesday.
Celtic won the game against Rangers 5-1.
A 30-year-old man was also arrested and detained in con

General Discussion » Rangers hammered by Celtic. » Sat Apr 29 5:48 pm

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Old Firm game marred by racism allegations as Gers fan makes ‘monkey gesture’ at Scott Sinclair

Football fans have expressed their shock and disbelief after a Rangers fan was seen to be making racist gestures towards a Celtic player 
at Ibrox today. Those watching the Old Firm game on TV have been quick to condemn images of the man in the Rangers stands making 
monkey gestures aimed Celtic winger Scott Sinclair. The gesture was made immediately after Sinclair scored the opener.

As the team celebrated on the pitch, images appeared of the man appearing to make the shocking gesture just behind the player.
Twitter users have taken to the social media site in their droves, with one man even referring to the incident as “Scotland’s shame.”
“I hope that Rangers fan is happy with his monkey actions towards Sinclair,” said one. Another joined several other fans to contact 
Police Scotland to complain. He sent a message which read: “@policescotland would like to complain about guy in white tshirt making 
monkey signs at Sinclair after penalty on skysports 1.”

Cops are currently investigating the incident.

Rangers 1 - Celtic 5; Brendan Rodgers' side makes history with record-breaking five-goal triumph at Ibrox

Celtic's Leigh Griffiths celebrates after he scores his side's second goal against Rangers.

A LATE Mikael Lustig goal ensured that Celtic racked up a record-breaking triumph over Rangers today - and scored five times at Ibrox for the first time in their 129 year history.
Goals from Scott Sinclair, Leigh Griffiths, Callum McGregor and Dedryck Boyata had put Brendan R

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