Two men have been charged for throwing plastic eyeballs at a Dunfermline Athletic player in early January.
Dunfermline Athletic and Falkirk were absolutely right to condemn what happened to midfielder Dean Shiels last week, but some so-called football fans need to have a long hard look at themselves.
The vile behaviour of Falkirk fans who threw artificial glass eyes on to the pitch to mock Dunfermline player Dean Shiels should be a bridge too far for all supporters.
Dunfermline striker Declan McManus netted his 50th senior goal against Falkirk - and has dedicated the victory to team-mate Dean Shiels.
The table might not show it yet but there’s no doubt in my mind that this Dundee team is in a better place than Paul Hartley’s 12 months ago.
Dunfermline Athletic have pledged to do what they can to root out the “disgusting” individuals who threw fake eyeballs at midfielder Dean Shiels during Tuesday’s league derby with Falkirk.
Falkirk say sorry for “abhorrent” behaviour of fans as fake eyeballs thrown at Dunfermline’s Dean Shiels
Falkirk have apologised “unreservedly” for the behaviour of some of their fans after fake eyeballs were thrown at Dunfermline Athletic midfielder Dean Shiels during Tuesday’s Championship game between the sides.
Dean Shiels is glad Rangers mentor Ian Durrant has not been lost to Scottish football - but is desperate to get one over him with Dunfermline this afternoon.
A police probe into the shameful scenes which marred the Scottish Cup Final has been launched.