It happened in the Govanhill area at lunchtime.
Cops Visit Rangers In Old Firm Warning
Rangers winger Harry Forrester admits it was "surreal'' to receive a police lecture ahead of Sunday's William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final.
Police officers visited the club's Murray Park training ground on Tuesday to remind players of their responsibilities ahead of Sunday's Hampden clash against Celtic.
The 25-year-old Englishman, who joined Rangers in January, revealed there was a simple message: "Just behave.''
The former Doncaster player added: "It was a bit surreal. Obviously it's just a game of football.
"We were all sitting there listening to the police and were taking in what they were saying, but at the end of the day we are just there to play football.
"The media hype the game up but we are professionals and we know what it's about. We have got to act in a responsible way and put on a show on the football field and that's it.''
It's being treated as attempted murder.
The discovery was made at a house in Cupar on Saturday morning.
Police are investigating after a young boy was left needing stitches when he was hit on the head with a bottle on his way to Hampden.
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