Football: Police in warning to Prso.Byline: By IAIN CAMPBELL Iain Campbell (born 28 June 1985 in Kirkcaldy) is a Scottish professional footballer currently playing for Scottish Premier League club Kilmarnock.
He started his career with Dunfermline Athletic and joined Kilmarnock in August 2006 for an undisclosed fee.
DADO PRSO PRSO Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra could be in trouble with police after gesturing to Motherwell fans after his Fir Park Fir Park is a football stadium situated in Motherwell, Scotland. The stadium plays host to the home matches of Scottish Premier League club Motherwell F.C.. In 2007-08, Gretna F.C. red card.
The Rangers striker made a raised-hand gesture as he left the field after the 73rd-minute mass brawl between the teams on Tuesday led to his dismissal. He was later cautioned by police.
While the Ibrox club will today consider whether to appeal against the Croatian's sending off, claiming mistaken identity, the player could find himself in further bother. A police spokesman said: "I can confirm that Dado Prso was given an official warning over his behaviour and there could be further action."
Lionel Letizi Lionel Letizi (born May 28, 1973 in Nice, France) is a French professional football goalkeeper currently with OGC Nice, joining the club in the most recent (January 2007) transfer window after being released by Scottish Premier League club Rangers. has ruled out any move away from Rangers during the January transfer window.
The third choice Ibrox goalkeeper's lucrative contract is not up until the end of next season, and the Frenchman wants to wait until after Stefan Klos's departure in the summer to see what his future holds.
Former Paris Saint Germain star Letizi was initially Le Guen's first choice for the No.1 jersey. However the emergence of Scot Allan McGregor forced a rethink, and Letizi hasn't played since October 28.
But agent Eric Castanino admitted last night his client is not for budging despite being linked with a move back to France. Hibs are also looking for a keeper.
"I have spoken to Lionel again, and he underlined he is happy at Rangers and has no intentions of leaving the club," said Castanino. "He has obviously not been playing in recent weeks, but football can change very quickly so he is not for taking any drastic decisions."
Alongside the debate over Kris Boyd's on-off starting berth, the see-saw selection of Letizi and McGregor has been seen as a fundamental element behind the splits which have plagued Le Guen's dressing-room.