STEWART ROBERTSON insists players must be 'very careful' and ‘very conscious’ about their actions after Celtic's controversial Old Firm celebrations in September.

Police Scotland have called for a crackdown on laps of honour at the end of derby clashes after trouble marred the 1-0 victory for Brendan Rodgers' side at Parkhead.

Disabled supporters amongst the 800-strong away crowd were caught up in angry scenes as Gers fans responded to the Celtic players marking their win before making their way off the park.

An internal Police memo claims that 'celebrations on the pitch' had 'inflamed an already delicate situation' but boss Rodgers hit back at that suggestion earlier this week and exonerated his players of any blame.

The Old Firm will meet for the second time this term at Ibrox on December 29 and chairman Dave King gave an ‘absolute assurance’ to shareholders at the Rangers AGM on Tuesday morning that the Light Blues had 'no intention' of reversing the decision to cut the away allocation from around 7,000 to just a few hundred.

Robertson was asked by one disabled fan about the troubling scenes at Parkhead and the Gers Managing Director said: “Having seen the effects of what happened back in September, players have a responsibility to be very careful about their actions during games and after games. Every action can have a reaction, as we saw that day.

"We just can’t have a repeat of that and players have to be very conscious of what they are doing, whether it be celebrations or other actions. We would hope we don’t see any repeat of that at all, anywhere.”