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Five charged after Aberdeen and Rangers game

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Image caption Rangers won Sunday's game

Five people have been charged following the Aberdeen v Rangers match at Pittodrie on Sunday.

Police said a 23-year-old man from the Glasgow area was charged in connection with sectarian singing and offensive behaviour.

A further four men aged 20, 26, 27 and 28 from the Aberdeen area were charged with "minor public disorder offences".

Police Scotland said damage to seats in the away support area and toilet area was also being investigated.

Rangers won the game 0-3.

Supt George MacDonald, the match commander, said: "The vast majority of fans followed the advice given and conducted themselves appropriately."

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