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Rangers fans taunt rival Eintracht Frankfurt supporters at a bar by singing the banned song ’10 German Bombersahead of the Europa League final in Seville

  • Rangers face Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League final tomorrow in Seville
  • The Scottish fans taunted German fans in a bar by singing ’10 German Bombers
  • The song has been heavily condemned by the English Football Association
  • レンジャーズ fans taunted and insulted German fans in a Seville bar by singing the banned song ‘10 German Bombers’.

    The song which has been heavily condemned by the England Football Association, celebrates the Royal Air Forces’s shooting down of waves of German bombers during World War Two.

    The FA has warned England fans that they face punishment if they sing the ‘discriminatory’ song at internationals.

    But a group of Rangers fans changed the words from the ‘RAF from England ‘ to ‘RAF from Britain’ as they turned the air trible at the ザ・ Cantina restaurant near Seville’s Cathedral.

    They also sang offensive songs with words like ‘F—- the Pope and the Vatican’ and another about The Shankhill Road and the predominantly Loyalist area of West Belfast.

    The German fans retorted by singing their own football song to the tune of Frankie Valli’s song ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’.

    Rangers fans taunted German fans in a bar by singing the banned song ‘10 German Bombers’

    The song celebrates the RAF shooting down of waves of German bombers during the War

    The song celebrates the RAF shooting down of waves of German bombers during the War








    This exclusive video obtained by Mail Online shows Eintracht Frankfurt fans looking bemused at the anti-German song.

    One witness said: ‘The Rangers fans were singing Loyalist songs also some sang football songs, but then they turned to 10 German bombers and the atmosphere went flat.

    ‘The Frankfurt fans really didn’t know what to make of it, but sussed that it was anti-German and celebrating the death of their country’s soldiers in World War II.

    ‘I thought it was inappropriate and turned from what was a good natured hour of singing into a distasteful event.

    Rangers also sang offensive songs with words like ‘F—- the Pope and the Vatican’ in the bar

    Rangers also sang offensive songs with words like ‘F—- the Pope and the Vatican’ in the bar

    ‘It is sad that they still feel they have to sing this song. I’m sure it doesn’t represent the many, many thousands of Rangers fans who are going to be in Seville just for the football and to be among the fellow supporters.

    ‘Some people on other tables quickly finished their drinks and food and left. It’s spoiled the evening for me’

    Later another group of Rangers fans were heard singing the anti-German song in the Five Guys Hamburger bar.

    But most Rangers fans and their German rivals were well-behaved despite the continuing heavy drinking.

    Most Rangers fans and their German rivals were well-behaved outside of the restaurant

    Most Rangers fans and their German rivals were well-behaved outside of the restaurant

    Near the cathedral on a side street, they sang their club songs at each other, and then hugged each other before departing.

    周り 100,000 Rangers fans, most without tickets, are believed to be heading for Seville.

    An Eintracht Frankfurt spokesman told Mail Online: ‘ We expect about 50.000 Frankfurt fans in Seville.

    ‘Officially there will be 10,000 in the stadium, that‘s the ticket amount we received for our fans.’