SCOTS footballer Derek Lyle shouted at police “I will kill you and whoever did my da” when he tried to get into a Glasgow pub that was taped off as a crime scene.

The 36-year-old was refused entry to the Campsie Bar in Bishopbriggs hours after his dad, Alex, and uncle Robert were allegedly attacked along with their friend William Logue.

He turned up at the pub on Woodhill Road around 1am after hearing they had been hurt.

But, when he was told he couldn’t go into the pub, which was cordoned off with police tape, Queen of the South player Lyle, started swearing and threatening police.

He claimed he was going to take a policeman’s “face off” and told an officer “You’re getting cut” as well as “You’re getting your throat slit”, among other phrases.

Lyle, from the Bishopbriggs area, pled guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to behaving in a threatening or abusive manner by attempting to enter a crime scene being guarded by police and shouting, swearing and uttering threats, on April 5, 2016.

Sheriff Charlotte Coutts fined him £450 for his crime, reduced from £600.

Ross Monaghan, a man once accused of murdering gangster Kevin “Gerbil” Carroll stood trial at the same court last year, alongside three others for the alleged attacks outside the bar, but was cleared.

The court heard Lyle went to the pub, which had been secured by police, around 1am and tried to get in to the crime scene.

Procurator fiscal depute Angus Crawford said: “He began to behave in the manner described in the charge, he began to shout and swear, using phrases such as “f*** off, get yourself to f***”.

“Due to his behaviour he was informed he was under arrest.

“At that time he was cautioned, police officers placed handcuffs on, he struggled with police officers.

“At one point he said to police officers ‘I will do you’.”

The court heard he continued to make various threats including “I will kill you and whoever did my da.”

Defence lawyer Paul Reid said Lyle lives close to the bar and he received a call from his mother to tell him his dad and uncle had been involved in a serious assault.