A GLASGOW football club has again been targeted by sick vandals during the Covid-19 lockdown. 

Maryhill FC say they have had to install CCTV cameras after mindless thugs vandalised their ground for a third time in as many months. 

The historic community club's Lochburn Park was targeted at some time on Wednesday night with debris strewn all over the ground. 

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As we previously reported, the club have appealed to locals to help keep an eye on the premises after previous incidents.

Writing on Twitter, club officials said: "Sadly we had another break-in at Lochburn last night (Wednesday), which resulted in more vandalism and debris being strewn all over the ground.

"As a result of this we have bought CCTV cameras when we have better things to spend money on.

"I just don't get what these idiots get out of this."

Earlier this month, we told of how a nearby sports centre was left appalled by lockdown-flouting vandals who wrecked their football pitch. 

Grounds at the Firhill Complex in Woodside were targeted by vandals who broke through the centre's wire fence and tore up a five-a-side pitch. 

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Pictures showed a section astroturf which was cut and lifted up before being abandoned on the ground. 

The Firhill Complex's boss said at the time they were "disgusted and appalled" by the attack and that vandals could "jeopardise our future".

Police Scotland have been contacted for comment.