A former Dundee United youth player has been sentenced to nearly two years in prison after he admitted supplying drugs.
Matthew Flynn, pled guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to being concerned in the supply of cocaine, at his home in July 2010.
The 23-year-old, who now plays for Rutherglen Glencairn Football Club, was sentenced to 190 hours community service last year after he admitted head-butting Dundee United player Barry Douglas, during a late night fight in November 2010.
Tannadice player Danny Swanson was knocked unconsious moments later by another man, John Friel, after the crowd had left Oko, a takeaway restaurant on Glasgow's Queen Street.
Friel was sentenced to 240 hours community service for his part.
Blackburn Rovers striker David Goodwillie pled guilty last month to punching and kicking Friel during the same incident, after learning he was Swanson's attacker.
He was handed a 12-month probation order and must carry out 80 hours community service.
Flynn, of Castlemilk in Glasgow, was jailed for one year and nine months.