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Rangers: Fans slam latest Slavia Prague tweet

Rangers: Fans slam latest Slavia Prague tweet - Rangers News

Many Glasgow Rangers fans are far from happy with a tweet from Slavia Prague in the aftermath of the Glen Kamara racism row.

Slavia knocked the Gers out of the Europa League on Thursday after winning 2-0 at Ibrox. They were the better team over the two legs in their round of 16 clash, but their progress was marred by a racism row, with Kamara accusing Ondrej Kudela of the crime towards the end of the 90 minutes.

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Slavia have since vehemently denied the allegations, even suggesting that Kamara hit Kudela on the back of the head (slavia.cz). The Czech club has now taken to Twitter to post a rather ironic tweet. On Sunday, it was the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, and the Czech champions shared a video of their players saying no to racism.

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The clip appeared on both their Czech and English Twitter accounts, and unsurprisingly it attracted plenty of attention from Gers supporters. These fans took to the social media platform to share their thoughts on Slavia’s tweet.

Let’s see what the Rangers fans had to say below

Obviously an attempt at damage limitation @slavia_eng . Embarrassing and absolutely pathetic!”

Credit: @Gilmourfella

“Digging the hole deeper by the day”

Credit: @SingyGBP1

“The irony of this club is unbelievable!!!!!”

Credit: @athomson71

“Doing everything they can not to get booted out”

Credit: @ThomasGillies1

“Too late. Say no to racism. Uefa to throw the book at you.”

Credit: @keithsp96712045

“You kidding?”

Credit: @islaadarlin

In other news, many Rangers fans slam this BBC pundit’s comments.


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