With only two games in this years Scottish Premiership has already been dogged by violence and bigotry in scenes reminiscent of the bad old days of the 80s.
And another shocking video showing a man being attacked outside a pub in the Gallowgate area of Glasgow (a well known Celtic supporting area) for reportedly singing a Rangers song as he passed the pub after Hearts 1-0 victory over the Scottish Champions on Saturday morning.
At the very star of the clip a man can be seen lying on the ground as another man smacks him over the head with an advertising board as others (many clad in Green and White hoops) look on.
The clip was posted online by kelsey Higgins who captured it on her way to work on Saturday afternoon.
It is believed the man, who lives locally, was engaging in some ‘banter’ with Celtic fans without any bigotry when one or two of them took offence to him singing a song relating to Steven Gerrard bringing the league home to Ibrox.
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