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'The powers that be don't do enough' - Rangers boss Gerrard reacts after Kamara is booed by Sparta Prague fans

 The Scottish champions suffered a 1-0 defeat in their latest Europa League outing and saw a star player targeted by the home crowd

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has reacted to Sparta Prague supporters booing Glen Kamara by expressing his belief that "the powers that be don't do enough".

Kamara and Rangers returned to the Letna Stadium on Thursday night for the first time since the midfielder was racially abused by Slavia Prague defender Ondrej Kudela back in March, with their latest Europa League fixture originally scheduled to take place behind closed doors. Slavia share the venue with Sparta, who had been handed a stadium ban for racist chanting from their fans towards Monaco's Aurelien Tchouameni in a separate incident last season, but UEFA relented on their initial decision by allowing 10,000 children to watch the club's latest home game.

Sparta defeated Rangers 1-0 in Thursday's clash, with Kamara being sent off in the second half.

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