Three fans at Dunfermline’s ground face allegations of sectarianism

Three football fans are due to appear in court in connection with allegations of sectarianism at a match at Dunfermline’s ground, reports The Scotsman.

Three football fans are due to appear in court in connection with allegations of sectarianism at a match at Dunfermline’s ground, reports The Scotsman.

The men were arrested at East End Park during the Fife side's 4-0 loss to Rangers on Saturday.

The men, aged 19, 20 and 31, were arrested as part of an ongoing operation by Fife Constabulary to tackle football-related hate crime.

The men were in the East Stand of the stadium occupied by Rangers supporters.

A spokesman for Dunfermline Athletic said: "If they are convicted, we will name and shame them on our website.

"We are a family-friendly football club and there is no place for anyone at Dunfermline who breaks the law."

 
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