A man has been arrested in connection with an alleged police violation following yesterday’s Old Firm derby.
It comes after a group of police supporters “catled” to prevent them from marching towards Abrox Stadium before the game.
Officers were called to Paisley Road West near Sheldal Road around 11 a.m., according to local reports, and 15 vans were used to rescue the rally.
It is believed that there was no harassment from supporters at the time but police. Scotland Has confirmed that one person was later arrested.
A spokesman for the force said: “We received a report of the anti-social behavior of a large group of people who had gathered at Paisley Road West near Sheldhall Road in Glasgow around 11 o’clock.
“Officers attended and the group dispersed.”
Meanwhile, police say they are investigating reports of anti-Irish racism in the city center before the game.
A large crowd was seen mocking the Irish famine as it made its way along Argyle Street and Jamaica Street.
Referring to the devastation of the 19th century that killed more than a million people, the song urges the Irish to “go home” and claim to have brought “trouble and shame” to Scotland.