This is part of a regular series from our panel of Rangers Super Fans. Each week, our Super Fans will deliver their verdicts on the biggest talking points and news stories around Ibrox.

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The football world has banded together this week to condemn the sickening racial abuse suffered by Rangers ace Glen Kamara against Slavia Prague on Thursday.

Kamara was involved in an angry exchange with Ondrej Kudela in their Europa League second-leg tie at Ibrox with the Finland international alleging he had been the subject of some disgusting words by the Slavia player.

Whether UEFA fully investigate the incident and hand out the appropriate sanctions remains to be seen but the one thing that has come from this horrific affair is a sense of togetherness amongst most football figures.

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Despite Old Firm rivalries this has been extended to the green side of Glasgow after a touching moment before the two sides met at Celtic Park on Sunday.

Before kick-off Celtic captain Scott Brown walked up to Kamara and the pair embraced as the usual Gers pantomine villain showed his support.

We asked our Rangers Super Fans what they thought of the gesture before the game.

Here is what they had to say:

Allan (@allanbaird_)

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Tavaldo (@a22an)

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David Rice (@davidrice03)

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Shanobi Kanobi Bear (@ShanobiBear)

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John (@johnmasonrtid)

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Let’s push the rivalries to the side just for a second – nothing is more important than the welfare of our players and Kamara is deserving of our unstinting sympathy and support.

He has been a model professional since arriving from Dundee and no one has any right to pick on him due to the colour of his skin. The scenes from the Slavia side have been absolutely abhorrent, during and after the shocking scenes.

That is why it is doubly important that everyone rallies around him and backs him to the hilt.

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We won’t be offering Brown much in the way of praise but on this occasion he should be commended for this public show of support for our man.

Solidarity is the only way we can try and get past this and ensure these things are not repeated in the future.

In other Rangers news, Union Bears send message of support to Roofe and Kamara.

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