For Steve Clarke, all those fans who are violent, aggressive, or lose focus of the sportsmanship of the game should be put in jail.
Recently there have been many incidents with fans around England and Scotland, who have been running to the field, throwing stuff into the pitch, and even claims of alleged sectarian chanting during the games.
And for Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke, these kinds of fans should be put in jail.
“It’s good that its highlighted and people who hear it should call it out every time and police should investigate every single incident,” he told Sky Sports.
“Why Aberdeen fans are chanting sectarian songs at Steven Gerrard, I will never know, they should have been enjoying a wonderful night seeing their team win at Ibrox.”
“They should be singing their team songs, why they would want to chant against the opposition manager in that way I’ve no idea why,” he added.
“The sentences and punishments have to be severe, you have to send a big message, a strong message and hopefully then the message will get through.”
“Custodial sentences would be quite harsh, but would send a message,” he explained as a way to deter this kind of problems.
“The people who make the laws, and the people who enforce the laws, if they do their job properly then we can send a good message to people that go to football to misbehave.”
“If you go to football, go to support your team and watch the game, that’s the purpose of football. It’s supposed to be an entertainment sport,” he concluded.