Just to help prove their club’s innocence, Praha fans have taken to social media to fire as many racist insults at Rangers players and our fans as possible.
Only on Ibrox Noise did one reader amusedly demonstrate they’d been called a ‘North English Farmer’ by a group of fans hellbent on continuing the racism where they can, and of course Kemar Roofe has been getting it thick as well.
To suggest this club, and potentially the whole of the Czech Republic not to mention the entire Eastern Bloc might be a touch racist is putting it mildly.
Let’s, again, call a spade a spade and be honest – it’s a deeply racist part of the world.
We’re very sure there’s many exceptions to this – hell Ibrox Noise has a large Romanian following, and they seem decent people.
But by and large, that part of the world is worryingly anti-black, and it’s hit Rangers’ shores with this scandal.
And what’s the best way to prove your club isn’t racist? By being racist about the allegations, of course!
No, Rangers fans now being abused, our club being abused, in among all this these people are denying they’re racist and that their club is pure as the driven snow.
Sadly we’d have to disagree.