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Rangers star Kemar Roofe will face trial in Glasgow for reckless driving

Rangers star Kemar Roofe will be charged with careless driving next month.

It is alleged that he committed the offense in Govan area in March last year.

It is claimed that the Jamaican international was behind the wheel of his black Audi Rs 6 when he drove without care or attention, and engaged several vehicles and then came to a stop in the lane, causing a sudden break with other drivers.

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Roofe is also accused of not having his car’s registration mark affixed to the vehicle.

It is claimed that this was displayed on the windshield.

Roofe is further accused of not having the correct details on his license, failing to turn it over to the Secretary of State, and failing to provide details of name and address changes on it.

He also faces two counts that he used the motor vehicle without a test certificate and that the registered keeper’s address was out of date.

Bearsden’s Roofe last played for the Gers in their UEFA Europa League final loss to Eintracht Frankfurt more than a week ago.

Defending Michael Lyon told the Glasgow Magistrate’s Court today: “I am adhering to the pleas of not guilty and the defense is fully prepared.

“I have productions that I will make available to my friend’s office and I will discuss certain issues before the trial.”

Prosecutor Jennifer Gilmour told the court that the Crown was ready for trial and that police witnesses had been called.

Judge Morag Wilson scheduled a trial for the end of June and ordered Roofe to appear.