Sevco fans have staged an anti-racism protest at Ibrox this morning!
Two years after twice suffering partial stadium closures it seems that the Ibrox fan base have entered a new age of tolerance- unless your name is Chris Sutton in which case your safety can’t be guaranteed inside Ibrox.
Since 9.30pm on Thursday March 18, the day of their Europa League defeat to Slavia Prague, the Ibrox club has been a fierce opponent of racism.
— Football Scotland (@Football_Scot) November 25, 2021
Football Scotland (a cousin of the Daily Record) reports:
The banner was directed at UEFA and placed across from the front door at Ibrox so it could be seen clearly by anyone leaving the stadium ahead of the game.
Many Rangers fans are unhappy about the severeness of the ban handed to Ondrej Kudela and the lack of action against Sparta Prague for the sickening abuse in the return clash.
Kamara was booed by a stadium full of kids when the two sides met in Prague earlier this season, as were other black players in the Rangers team.
That was made even more sickening by the fact that 10k kids were allowed into the stadium after the rest of the fans had been banned for racially abusing Aurelien Tchouameni in a game earlier in the season.
Kamara, as well as the likes of Kemar Roofe, have also received vile abuse on social media before, during and after games with the two Prague sides over the last year.
It seems that vile and sickening has to be used every 100 words in articles about clubs from Prague in Football Scotland/Daily Record. No comment was made about the abuse directed at Kyogo Furuhashi at Ibrox at the end of August.