Police warn Cup crowds to be on best behaviour

POLICE have warned football fans travelling to Glasgow for this weekend's League Cup final to behave themselves.

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About 40,000 Aberdeen fans and 7000 Inverness Caledonian Thistle supporters are expected to descend on Celtic Park for Sunday's showdown.

Superintendent Mark Hargreaves said: "I want to ensure that all fans enjoy their day and I would urge everyone to do so in a safe and responsible manner."

An Aberdeen FC spokesman said this will be the "biggest exodus of supporters from the north east to the central belt" in years.

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