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Rangers' Grant Adam denies sectarian singing but faces trial in February

07 Nov 2011 18:13:37

Rangers' Grant Adam denies sectarian singing but faces trial in February

A Scottish footballer has pleaded not guilty over an alleged sectarian breach of the peace. Rangers goalkeeper Grant Adam, 20, is alleged to have conducted himself in a disorderly manner by swearing and singing sectarian slogans in Ingram Street, Glasgow, in the early hours of November 6. The footballer, who is the brother of Liverpool and Scotland midfielder Charlie Adam, denied the charge when he appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court. Home: Grant Adam is third-choice goalkeeper at Glasgow giants Rangers He was released on bail and will appear back at the court on January 25 next year, ahead of a trial on February 10. Adam has been a member of the Old Firm club since leaving school and is now the third-choice goalkeeper.  Rangers keeper and brother of Charlie Adam faces court over sectarian breach of the peaceRangers 3 Dundee United 1: Jelavic fires a brace to put Gers 15 points clear All the latest Rangers FC news, features and opinion


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