Cocaine use in stadiums is ‘rife’ and ‘war on drugs has long been lost’ says angry Hamilton Accies chief


The owner of one of ­Scotland’s top football clubs has warned that cocaine use is rife at the ­country’s stadiums.

Hamilton Accies chief executive Colin McGowan claimed the drug has a ­powerful grip on every aspect of society – including at Scotland’s Premiership grounds.

He told how stewards have ejected fans from the Hope CBD Stadium and refused ­others entry over fears they are under the influence of the Class A drug.

The businessman, a recovering addict, said: “Cocaine use at Scottish football stadiums is endemic. Ibrox, Parkhead or Hamilton Accies. You’ll find it everywhere.”

Yesterday, the club gave us ­permission to swab its stadium toilets for traces of the drug as

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