We often only hear of the bad side of fan “culture” and mob mentality, with videos of abuse, “banter”, violence, and many other reprehensible things getting glorified in the name of “support” — not to mention nonsense like booing Jorginho when he’s substituted on.
But for Slavia Prague fans, the post-match ritual involves something much more genuinely supportive, especially on an away day at Stamford Bridge where their team gave it their all and almost pulled off a famous result.
And to think, this happens after practically EVERY match.
Amazing. (They even got the stewards to sit down for it, after they didn’t know what to expects and stood to form a line between the fans and the players.)