A group of Rangers supporters were seen confronting police and stewards at the end of the 3-0 defeat to Napoli at Ibrox in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
Italian journalist Salvatore Amoroso shared a video clip via his personal Twitter account which appears to show Gers fans taking on Napoli’s Mathis Olivera as he and his team-mates warmed up after the action-packed group stage showdown.
About eight seconds into the clip, you can clearly see an object thrown in Oliveira’s direction as he runs off to continue his post-match pace.
Writing in Italian, Spazio Napoli editor Amoroso wrote: “At the end of Rangers v Napoli some home fans tried to catch Napoli players who were doing muscle activation after the game. [Stopped] by the police. »
There is a minority of Rangers fans who seem to be doing everything they can to bring shame to the name of the club.
What’s the point of this kind of stupid behavior?
Nothing will ever come of it with the police and stewards in the way, it’s just a bunch of idiots feeling big and strong confronting someone who probably can’t even understand what they’re saying.
And for the fan who threw an object in the direction of Napoli players, you deserve to be banned.
We have to try and drive those idiots out of Ibrox.
Whether it’s lobbing missiles at players or signing banned songs, there always seems to be something going on in the stands that opens us up to criticism.
Some of our fans will point the finger at Glasgow and yes, Celtic’s banner on the Queen on Wednesday night was shameful.
But we must do much better to put our own house in order.
In other Rangers news, Ally McCoist raged over this law of the game as Gers lost 3-0 to Napoli.