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Celtic demand review of anti-sectarian laws

CELTIC have warned that Scotland's anti-sectarianism legislation is counter-productive and has prevented the club from tackling the behaviour of supporters.

The club has called for an immediate review of the Offensive Behaviour At Football And Threatening Communications Act, which it says has led to a "sense of discrimination" across Scottish football.

It says a review should be brought forward "as a matter of urgency".

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