Sparta Prague hooligans boast on Instagram about brawling with Rangers fans

A bunchy of football 'hooligans' have flooded to social media to boast about brutally attacking a rival team.

Sparta Prague FC, based in Prague, had already banned adults fans from attending the game but 10,000 supervised under-14s were allowed to go and watch their team at the Letna Stadium.

But despite the ban, the match saw Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara jeered and abused after his first touch of the ball and through the entire ninety minutes, Daily Record reports.

'Hooligan' Sparta Prague supporters took to social media after the game celebrating a violent altercation as the two sides poured out onto the streets.

In an Instagram post, the thugs say they cornered Rangers fans in a pub while on a hunt for a fist fight after the match.

Bystanders reportedly began to retaliate against the thugs before bar staff called the police.

The Sparta Prague hooligans claim to have beaten up at least two Rangers fans.

An account called hooligans_cz wrote on Instagram: "After match we made group of 20 people and tried to find Rangers.

"Luckily we found them in one pub in the centre. Two guys told us that they are in 40 people.

"So we came in front the pub and asked them for fight on hands.

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"Surprisingly the guests started to throw glass, stones and chair.

"We went through and wanted to fight on hands, but the p*****s still just threw some s**t. Really just about 2-3 Rangers went out of pub but got beaten.

"After minute the Staff called police so we had to back off the streets. Shame for western BLM suckers."

The young Czech fans were slammed online for the 'racist abuse' they hurled at Kamara.

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His lawyer, Aamer Anwar, described the hatred aimed towards his client as 'shameful' on social media.

The lawyer had also previously suggest that Rangers face a "genuine risk to life" ahead of the violent match.

Slavia Prague player, Ondrej Kudela, called Glen Kamara a “f****** monkey” during a game last season.

The racial slur landed Kudela with a lengthy ban from the pitch.

Kamara was also punished for an alleged altercation in the tunnel.

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