A Raith Rovers fan has had a two-year football banning order imposed for his part in a fight between rival supporters after a match at East End Park.
The incident occurred at and around the Elizabethan bar on the day of a Fife derby match between Dunfermline Athletic and Raith Rovers in the Petrofac Training Cup.
Lee Mullen, 18, of Muirfield Drive, Glenrothes, was involved in an altercation involving five or six people.
At Dunfermline Sheriff Court, Mullen admitted that on July 26 2014 at the Elizabethan, Halbeath Road, whilst acting along with others and being on a journey from a football match, he engaged in behaviour likely to incite public disorder by acting in an aggressive manner and engaging in a fight.
It was the second football ban imposed on Mullen this week.
The court was told that a three-year football banning order had been imposed at Kirkcaldy on Monday.
Sheriff Robert Vaughan asked Mullen what team he supported.
When told it was Raith Rovers the sheriff said: “Well you’re not going to be seeing them for a while.
“It’s very silly Mr Mullen.”