FOOTBALL colours are banned at a memorial planned for a father who was allegedly murdered in the street in Easterhouse. 

Kamil Charyszyn died on Sunday after he was allegedly stabbed in Conisborough Road. A man has been arrested in connection with his death. 

A fundraiser to support his bereaved wife and children was set up by Charlene Reynolds, who has advised mourners not to place football colours at Kamil's memorial spot. A Celtic top that was left was taken away this morning. 

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There has been speculation that the alleged killing was football related but it is understood the police are not pursuing this as a line of inquiry. 

In a post on social media, Charlene said: "Please respect the family's wishes; only saltires, Polish flags and scaves are requested."

She has also organised for a balloon launch told be held in Balfluig Street on Sunday at 2pm.