FORMER Celtic player Colin Kazim-Richards has posted his outrage after seeing so many papers lead with a seemingly minor story with Arsenal players while ignoring Englishman Scott Sinclair being racially abused from the stands at Hampden.
We got footballers on the front page of the toilet roll newspaper today doing helium balloons 🤷🏾♂️ but nothing about what was said towards @Scotty_Sinclair on Sunday!! So here you go!! pic.twitter.com/SsnAIlrtzi
— Colin Kazim-Richards (@ColinKazim) December 7, 2018
Sinclair posted the video of an Aberdeen fan calling him a ‘black b***ard’ as he stepped up to to take a penalty during the League Cup final.
Celtic players, fans and ex-Celts have all rallied around the midfielder and condemned this sort of behaviour at a football game or in any walk of life.
Colin played for Celtic for around six months before moving on when Brendan Rodgers came in.
The player’s time at the club was largely forgettable and was a casualty to the Rodgers revolution.
It’s good to see Colin calling out the behaviour.
Sinclair has always stood up to any of this sort of behaviour in the past and he’s done so again. There’s just no need for it.