Hibs fan who tried to punch Rangers captain hurled sectarian abuse at later sport between sides




A HIBS fan who as soon as tried to punch a Rangers captain hurled sectarian abuse at a later match between the edges.

Dale Pryde was spared jail once more at Glasgow Sheriff Courtroom on Thursday after being ordered to do 140 hours of unpaid work.

Police line up during the cup final between Rangers and Hibs/ Glasgow Sheriff Court. Pictures: JPI Media/ Buttons and Fluff-Shutterstock.

Police line up in the course of the cup remaining between Rangers and Hibs/ Glasgow Sheriff Courtroom. Footage: JPI Media/ Buttons and Fluff-Shutterstock.


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The 22 year-old’s rant included branding Rangers supporters “hun b******s” and “scummy” in Might this 12 months.

Pryde was again within the dock after he dodged jail in 2017 for attempting to hit then Ibrox skipper Lee Wallace after the notorious Scottish Cup remaining a 12 months earlier.

A listening to for this newest case was advised Pryde, of Wester Hailes, had already been warned by police on the match about his behaviour.

Prosecutor Cheryl Lyons stated: “Pryde referred to as Rangers followers scummy b******s, f*****g c***s.

“Each side then began shouting at one another however Pryde ran at Rangers followers and shouted ‘f*****g w*****s’

“He then continued to shout ‘f*****g hun b*******s and scummy orange b*******s’.”

Pryde was quickly faraway from Ibrox Stadium and charged.

He pled responsible to performing in a threatening, abusive method and shouting sectarian remarks.

The group payback order additionally entails Pryde being on a six month curfew.

Sheriff Tony Kelly stated: “This was unacceptable behaviour at a soccer match.”