THREE Rangers fans have been arrested following an alleged "famine song march" through Glasgow.

The men, aged 24, 21, and 19, will appear in Glasgow Sheriff Court at a later date.

We previously reported that a group of supporters marched through the city on the day of the recent Rangers v Celtic match.

Police say that the arrests will be "the first of numerous" and that "racial conduct will not be tolerated".

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Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland, Divisional Commander for Greater Glasgow Police Division, said: “We have made the first of what I expect to be numerous arrests following the disgraceful racial conduct shown by a minority of Rangers supporters who were making their way to Ibrox stadium on Sunday, August 29.

"Three men, aged 24, 21 and 19 years old, were arrested and charged last night, Wednesday, September 1, in connection with racially aggravated offences towards a member of the public and for the singing of racist material.

“This racist conduct will not be tolerated and our investigations are continuing. We will continue to work with Rangers FC to identify and take appropriate action against those responsible.”