Racially abused Rangers midfielder receives a staunch show of support from international teammates
Finland players reported to duty wearing customised t-shirts which read – ‘I stand with Glen’ ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Bosnia & Herzegovina on Wednesday.
The Rangers midfielder was on the receiving end of some vile racist abuse at the hands of Slavia Prague player Ondrej Kudela during the Europa League tie at Ibrox last Thursday.
Steven Gerrard and the Rangers camp had notified UEFA officials in attendance about the issue as Kudela was alleged to have called Kamara ‘a monkey’ after things got heated towards the end of the game.
The situation was further worsened by the fans of the Czech club as they revealed a deplorable banner calling Kamara the n-word.
The UEFA investigation on the incident is still ongoing but that didn’t stop Kamara’s Finnish teammates from showing solidarity with the Rangers man today at the Bolt Arena in Helsinki –
Maanantain mediatilaisuuteen osallistuneet Huuhkaja-pelaajat osoittivat tänään vahvan tukensa rasistisen solvauksen kohteeksi torstaina joutuneelle Glen Kamaralle.— Huuhkajat (@Huuhkajat) March 22, 2021
We stand with you, Glen! 🦉💙#Huuhkajat #WCQ #MeOlemmeSuomi pic.twitter.com/XWRaj1Q2sW