Rangers fans have hijacked an official UEFA poll which asks fans who they will be supporting between Arsenal and Slavia Prague in this week’s Europa League clash between the clubs.

The Czech Champions were worthy winners over two legs against Rangers with the Prague club’s 2-0 win at Ibrox securing a 3-1 aggregate victory and safe passage to the Quarter Finals.

Rangers v Slavia Praha - UEFA Europa League Round Of 16 Leg Two

Rangers fans have leapt to the defence of Glen Kamara in an official UEFA Europa League poll. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

But the match was overshadowed by an incident involving Czech defender Ondrej Kudela and Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara.

Kudela racially abused Kamara in the latter stages of the match sparking angry scenes on the pitch and an even angrier fall-out in the three weeks since.

Slavia maintain Kudela did not insult Kamara, Rangers fervently maintain the exact opposite, whilst the Czech club themselves have acted incredibly undignified with a campaign against Kamara since the night of the match.

That’s before we mention the disgraceful ongoing abuse both Glen Kamara and the likes of Kemar Roofe are being subjected to on the daily by Slavia fans since the match.

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Slavia claim Kudela was assaulted by Kamara after the match with a UEFA investigation now launched into both the abuse and the alleged assault with Kudela given a one-game preliminary suspension.

Kamara’s lawyer has since demanded more robust action from UEFA and calls the claims of assault “fantasy” as the bad blood continues to boil between the clubs.

But when it comes to the Europa League clash between Slavia and Arsenal – a former club of Glen’s – there’s only one team Gers fans will be supporting:

 

The incident has continued to dominate much of the news media in the last three weeks with the outcome of UEFA’s investigation set to be scrutinised by the footballing world.

Here’s more on the comments of Kamara’s lawyer who has called for proper action to be taken against the scourge of racism and lambasted “tokenism”.

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