FOOTAGE of part of a disturbance before yesterday's Old Firm match has appeared on social media.

A video clip on TikTok shows groups of people in a car park at the Forge Retail Park in Parkhead. 

Dozens of police officers run towards the groups, with several vans parked on the surrounding streets. 

@stayhighpieeyed kicking of in Parkhead before the Old firm! 👊🚔 #Glasgow #peoplemakeglasgow #oldfirm #handbagsatdawn #Rangers #Celtic #FTP #itsallkickingoff ♬ original sound - StayHighPieEyed

Loud sirens can be heard, along with people shouting "get back". 

Officers then walk alongside a group of people as they move away. 

In a statement issued yesterday, following the Celtic vs Rangers game, Chief Superintendent Stevie Dolan addressed the incident. 

"Further enquiries into disorder on Fielden Street before the match are being carried out," he said.

Glasgow Times:

Mr Dolan also addressed incidents that took place within the stadium.

He said: "Police Scotland had a proportionate plan in place to support the safe operation led by Celtic FC at Sunday’s match, between Celtic and Rangers at Celtic Park, and to deal swiftly with any acts of violence, disorder and anti-social behaviour.

"I would like to thank the vast majority of fans who enjoyed the fixture and followed club and police advice.

"Eight people were arrested for various offences including disorder, pyrotechnics and religiously aggravated offences. Two of these arrests were within the stadium.

"We are aware of missiles being thrown between groups of supporters within the stadium, one of which struck a police officer who thankfully was not seriously injured.

"Any reports we receive from members of the public relating to match related incidents will be investigated." 

Anyone with information is being asked to contact 101.