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Rangers' Grant Adam charged over sectarian breach of the peace

06 Nov 2011 21:24:36

Rangers' Grant Adam charged over sectarian breach of the peace

A football player is due to appear in court on Monday charged in connection with a sectarian breach of the peace. Rangers goalkeeper Grant Adam, 20, the brother of the team's former midfielder Charlie Adam, is alleged to have committed the offence in the early hours of this morning in the Merchant City area of Glasgow. Grant Adam has been a member of the Old Firm club since leaving school and is now the third-choice keeper for the team. He is expected to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court. Ibrox man: Grant Adam is a goalkeeper with Glasgow giants Rangers A spokeswoman for Strathclyde Police said: 'We can confirm a 20-year-old male has been charged in connection with an alleged sectarian breach of the peace, in relation to an incident in Ingram Street on Sunday November 6.' Charlie Adam, 25, is now a Liverpool midfielder and has played for the Scotland international team.  Rangers 3 Dundee United 1: Jelavic fires a brace to put Gers 15 points clear Liverpool 0 Swansea 0: Anfield angst for Carroll as spirited Swans hold RedsNaismith out for the season as Rangers confirm the worst over SPL top scorerAll the latest Rangers FC news, features and opinion


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