Glasgow...Rangers/Celtic matches - no hate songs here!
Confrontation between fans of Glasgow's Rangers and Celtic football clubs have been ugly for more than a century. It takes hundreds of cops to keep them apart, and enforce the new ban on anti-Catholic songs -- such as No Pope Of Rome and The Famine Song.
Maria Bakkalapulo, at the match in Rangers Stadium
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