The chief constable of Glasgow has urged football fans to’respect’ the city ahead of the upcoming Celtic vs. Rangers match..
The rival clubs will square off in the Viaplay Cup final on Sunday, February 26, with thousands of fans expected to pack Hampden Park.
Police plans will be in place to ensure a smooth matchday, and Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland has advised people to behave appropriately while also having fun.
“We’ll be working closely with all of the clubs involved to ensure that everyone can participate and enjoy the match safely,” he said.
“We will have proportionate and comprehensive policing plans in place to ensure the match takes place in a secure environment while causing minimal disruption to local communities.”
We hope that fans have a good time, but we ask that they take personal responsibility to behave appropriately and respect Glasgow, its open spaces, and its communities.”
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