Rangers player arrested on 'sectarian' offence Reserve goalkeeper Grant Adam faces allegation after Glasgow incident. 06 November 2011 20:09 GMT A Rangers player has been arrested and charged over a 'sectarian' incident. Grant Adam was held after an incident in Glasgow city centre in on Saturday night. STV understand the 20-year-old is expected to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court tomorrow charged with a sectarian aggravated breach of the peace. A Rangers spokesman told STV: "We are aware the player was arrested and will investigate the matter fully before making any further comment." Adam is a goalkeepr for the SPL champions and the brother of Liverpool and Scotland player Charlie Adam. He has been a member of Scotland national squads at under 16, 17 and 19 level and is recognised as Ranger third choice keeper.