Slavia Prague defender Alexander Bah has bizarrely claimed Glasgow Rangers fans stormed Ibrox in the aftermath of Thursday’s match between the two sides.
Bah makes bizarre claim
Slavia progressed to the Europa League quarter-finals after beating the Gers 2-0 at Ibrox. However, the match was marred as Glen Kamara claims he was racially abused by Ondrej Kudela.
The atmosphere was unsurprisingly heated, and Slavia have already claimed Kudela was punched in the back of the head in the tunnel (slavia.cz). Now, £2.25m-valued Bah (Transfermarkt) has incredibly suggested Rangers supporters stormed the stadium after the full-time whistle. He explained to Danish outlet Bold.dk:
“After the game we stood for an hour or a half out in the stadium because we couldn’t get into our dressing room as it was surrounded by fans and some of their players.
“In the end we were finally able to get into the dressing room and then we were told to take a quick bath and then go together to the bus quite quickly. ‘As I understood it, a lot of fans had turned up in front of the entrance to the stadium, and I think there were also some who had come in. There was a sea of police officers as we were going out to the buses, so it was a wild experience.”
Quite frankly, this is a lie. There has been no suggestion any fans were at the stadium, with journalist Graeme Hanna sharing a picture of a quiet Ibrox around the time Bah suggested supporters were causing trouble. It hardly supports the claims that are coming out of the Slavia camp.
Do you believe Bah?
Clearly, something happened in the tunnel – UEFA must launch an investigation into all the incidents that occurred on the night. Their task will not be made any easier by lies from those involved, though. The whole affair continues to get uglier and uglier.
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