Two police officers have sustained injuries after a protest held by Celtic fans at Parkhead Stadium this evening. 

Hundreds of supporters flocked to the grounds of the East End club in their calls for the departure of Neil Lennon, after a 2-0 defeat to Ross County. 

Scores of police officers and a helicopter were drafted to the scene to break up the demonstration.

Glasgow Times:

Glasgow Times:

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Police formed rows of human shields at the East End stadium as they blocked angered fans from accessing the grounds. 

Alarming footage on social media showed disgruntled fans launching a steel fence in the direction of riot cops. 

The force has confirmed no arrests were made as a result of the protest, however two officers have sustained "minor" injuries. 

Glasgow Times:

Superintendent Stevie Dolan, Greater Glasgow Division said: "Around 4.30pm on Sunday, 29 November, a large number of fans started to gather outside Celtic Park to protest. 

"An appropriate policing response was carried out and the group has now dispersed. No arrests have been made, however two officers sustained minor injuries as a result of the actions of the gathered group. We strongly condemn these actions and remind fans that enforcement options remain at our disposal.

"The Scottish Government regulations are clear that protests are prohibited in areas under level four restrictions and we would urge people to find alternative ways to protest to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

"Disorder of any sort will not be tolerated and appropriate action will be taken where any offences are identified."