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After ignoring Ibrox the SPFL are set to investigate Tynecastle Shame Game

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Eighteen months after the shame game the have decided to condemn fan misbehaviour.

In April of last year the failed to make comment on a number of incidents as Celtic won 5-1 at

a) Scott Sinclair was seen to be racially abused on television after scoring

b) One Sevco fan emerged without a steward in sight from the Sandy Jardine Stand to confront Scott Brown

c) Various missiles including a large sized battery were thrown at Leigh Griffiths.

Despite no action being taken following that match it seems that the are going to investigate the goings on at last night which could result in sanctions being taken against both clubs.

Today the stated:

The Edinburgh derby is rightly regarded as one of the most passionate and exciting fixtures in the Scottish football calendar – but a number of incidents last night are not acceptable. “We await the contents of the Match Delegate report and will work closely with both clubs and to identify those involved.”

Towards the end of the match was struck by a coin thrown by a Hearts fan, no action was taken against Hearts in 2011 after Lennon was attacked and knocked to the ground in a game at Tynecastle.

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