A RANGERS star will stand trial next year accused of careless driving.

Kemar Roofe, 28, allegedly committed the offence in Glasgow's Govan area on March 18 this year.

Court papers state the Jamaican international striker drove without due care or attention behind the wheel of a black Audi Rs 6.

It is stated Roofe undertook several vehicles and re-entered the lane causing other drivers to brake harshly to avoid a collision.

Roofe is also charged with the registration mark of his car not being fixed on the vehicle.

It is stated this was displayed on the windscreen.

Roofe is further accused of not having the correct details on his licence, failing to surrender it to the Secretary of State and failing to provide the particulars of the alterations in the name and address on it.

Roofe's final two charges allege that he used the motor vehicle without a test certificate and that the registered keeper's address was out of date.

Roofe, of Bearsden, played and was sent off in a match at nearby Ibrox Stadium in a 0-2 loss against Slavia Prague on the same day.

Abby Russell, defending, told Glasgow's Justice of the Peace court: "The accused pleads not guilty to the charges."

Justice Colin Marchment replied: "Shall we set further dates then?

"These dates will be a hearing on May 26 and a trial on June 27.

"The accused will be ordained to appear."