Even before the Glasgow Rangers’ trip to Prague for the match with Sparta, Glen Kamara’s lawyer Anwar warned Scottish fans not to travel to Prague at all. However, he did not realize at all that this warning was not in place. Given that the stadium in Letná was closed to fans due to punishment from UEFA for racism of Spartan fans during the home duel of the 2nd preliminary round of Sparta with Monaco.
However, there were exceptions for children from 6 to 14 years of age with an escort, of which there could have been a total of 10,000 on Letná on Thursday. children formed moved.
Less so, it seems, the lawyer Aamer Anwar. He was told by the Scottish Glasgow Times: “It’s a shame that Glen was whistled by children,” and according to The Athletic. suffer no insults or racism. black skinned Rangers. Once again, Prague has proved to have a serious problem with racism and, as usual, UEFA is not responding. “
The Scottish media also agree with Glen’s claim that they regularly banged Glen Kamera during his contact with the children’s fan ball. “I focused on the game, I didn’t notice anything. But if there is evidence for that, we will deal with it. If it really happened, I’m disappointed. But not surprised, “said Glasgow Rangers coach Steven Gerrard at a post-match press conference.
“Glen and Rangers can level up, but no player should face this at work and at European level,” added Anwar.
Tense Czech-Scottish football relations were already on display at the airport
A video is circulating on the Internet, in which another of the Glasgow Rangers footballers, the striker of Kemar Roofe, has already become the target of Slovak attacks at Václav Hava Airport in Prague. In the spring match with Slavia in Scotland, he injured Ondřej Kolář in the face of the violation of the people of Prague with his hard intervention. The Czech fans obviously did not forget it.
“So, man, did you come to injure another measure?” One of the Czech fans shouted provocatively at Roofe. He uploaded it and this video was then published on the Twitter account of Medito. The “Butchers from Glasgow” accompanied them with a shout to the club bus.
The recording will then be released thanks to the sharing of the ranks of Rangers ambassador Stevie Souness, who added that he “enjoys how Roofe’s art will silence these jerks”.
The response to social networks will not take long. In order for Czech football fans to remind the Scots of their aggressive game, the Islanders talked only about racism on the part of the Czechs.