Glasgow Rangers fans have been reacting after The Guardian journalist Ewan Murray shared an update on Slavia Prague’s criminal complaint.
The Czech champions progressed to the Europa League quarter-finals on Thursday after beating the Gers 2-0 at Ibrox. However, the match was marred by an incident of alleged racism, with Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara saying he was racially abused by Ondrej Kudela.
Slavia have moved to deny the allegations, and even said Kamara hit Kudela on the back of the head in the tunnel (slavia.cz). They threatened to lodge a criminal complaint against the 55-time Scottish champions, but Murray has revealed Police Scotland have so far received no word from Slavia. He also mentioned the Czech embassy in London has now got involved.
Do you expect Slavia and Kudela to be punished?
Murray shared the update on his official Twitter page, and it attracted plenty of attention from the Gers supporters. They took to the social media platform to share their thoughts, with a couple of movie references along the way.
Let’s see what the fans had to say about the update from Murray below
“That mob will be signing Jason Bourne at this rate”
“Seen a couple vids of the lad today and he looks alright, so if there was an “assault” in the tunnel did they set some wrong rules….”
“Not sure that makes any sense? If they are making a complaint what’s it to do with the Czech embassy?”
“I welcome an open honest investigation.I don’t believe the racist was assaulted.Looking at him when boarding buses, there were no obvious signs of a beating.Albeit mask covered much of his face,but they wud surely have publicised pics of his bruised face etc it it were true.”
“This is totally embarrassing……”
“I want to say Tom Cruise just got in a helicopter”
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