Friday’s headlines: Rangers’ Europa final free to view and calls for meal deals to be banned


Good evening and welcome to Friday night’s news briefing.

The top stories on the Daily Record website today include: Rangers’ Europa final to be free to view, gang of youths set upon schoolboy and Celtic fan jailed after league win.

Here are the main headlines.

Rangers’ Europa League final to be made free to view for Scots without BT Sport subscription



Rangers are heading to the Europa League final in Seville

Rangers’ Europe League final is set to be made available for Scots to watch for free without a subscription.

BT Sport have made the crunch match with Eintracht Frankfurt available for supporters to tune in live without having to pay a penny on Wednesday night.

For those not lucky enough to be heading to Seville for the finale, the match can be seen by downloading the BT Sport App for mobile or TV, on btsport.com and on the BT Sport YouTube channel.

READ MORE: Rangers’ Europa League final to be made free to view for Scots without BT Sport subscription

Celtic fan jailed after hurling flares during title winning match at Tannadice



Gary Noon taunted opposition fans and threw three flares during Celtic’s title-winning match

A Celtic fan who clambered along a 20-foot high wall before hurling flares into a section of supporters has been locked up for almost a month.

Gary Noon taunted opposition fans and threw three flares during Celtic’s title-winning match with Dundee United at Tannadice on Wednesday night.

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Noon was remanded in custody until June 6 by Sheriff Alistair Carmichael on Friday after a court heard his behavior sparked fury among supporters.

READ MORE: Celtic fan jailed after hurling flares during title winning match at Tannadice

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Calls for meal deals to be banned in Tesco, M&S, Sainsbury’s and Asda



Health experts have called for the meal deals to be banned
Health experts have called for the meal deals to be banned

Experts have called for popular meal deal offers in supermarkets and retailers to officially be taken off shelves and banned.

the popular lunch time deal – which comes with a sandwich, snack and drink – has a health chief calling for them to be made “illegal”, due to the country’s obesity crisis.

The Manchester Evening News reports that Dr Donal O’Shea, the Health Service Executive’s (HSE) clinical lead, has said the deals should be scrapped as they promote unhealthy food .

READ MORE: Calls for meal deals to be banned in Tesco, M&S, Sainsbury’s and Asda

Rangers legend Andy Goram rushed to hospital with ‘severe stomach pains’ amid cancer battle



Andy Goram was diagnosed with cancer in April
Andy Goram was diagnosed with cancer in April

rangers legend Andy Goram has experienced the “worst two weeks of his life” after being rushed to hospital following his cancer diagnosis.

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The ex-goalkeeper, 58, is to undergo a procedure which will establish whether there is a problem with his treatment.

Goram was taken to Hairmyres Hospital in East Kilbride on Wednesday with severe stomach pains.

READ MORE: Rangers legend Andy Goram rushed to hospital with ‘severe stomach pains’ amid cancer battle




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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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