England and Scotland fans clash outside of Wembley
Nicola Sturgeon was "very slow" in responding to the disruption and behaviour Scotland football fans caused when they flocked to London to witness the historic Scotland v England match at Wembley on Friday. Comedia Leo Kearse drew a comparison between her response to the national team's fans compared to her reaction to the celebrations of pro-unionist Rangers fans in Glasgow last month. Speaking to GB News, Mr Kearse said: "I guess Scottish fans coming here, they definitely created a Covid hotspot, they defecated in the fountains and the rest of it but Sturgeon was very slow to criticise them.
Sturgeon came under fire for her "slow" response to Scots' chaotic conduct in London
"They were singing IRA songs, singing anti-English, xenophobic songs.
"Sturgeon was slow to criticise them whereas with the Ranger fans, the Scottish team who are pro-Union so anti-Scottish nationalist, they're on the other side of the Scottish ballot, Sturgeon was right over the traps and slamming them.
"If they do anything...they had a party in George Square in Glasgow just a few weeks ago and Sturgeon just slammed them."
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