UEFA has opened its investigation into the incident between Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara and Slavia Prague’s Ondrej Kudela after claims of racism.
Kudela has been given a one-match provisional ban whereas UEFA examine allegations of racist abuse levelled towards him by Kamara.
Slavia had earlier acknowledged that the Czech worldwide defender wouldn’t be travelling to London for his or her Europa League conflict with Arsenal this week due to sickness.
The Czech leaders denied Kamara’s claims and accused the Finland midfielder of punching Kudela after their 2-Zero victory at Ibrox on March 18.
A UEFA assertion added: “Additional details about this case shall be made obtainable as soon as the UEFA Management, Ethics and Disciplinary Physique has taken a call sooner or later.”
Police Scotland are additionally investigating the allegations towards Kudela and Slavia filed a prison criticism towards Kamara.
The Rangers man has insisted Kudela’s model of the occasions are ‘an entire and utter lie’ and his lawyer advised talkSPORT on Wednesday there may be ‘enough proof’ to cost the Czech worldwide.
“We very a lot anticipate him to be charged,” Aamer Anwar advised White and Jordan.
“He was taking part in in Cardiff final evening and many individuals have been anticipating him to be questioned.
“Statements have been taken from witnesses, police have collected the CCTV, and spoken to corroborating witnesses.
“Underneath Scots Legislation, I anticipate very a lot what now we have is sufficiency of proof to cost Mr Kudela with out having to talk to him.
“That will be an offence in Scots Legislation below part 50A offence, it’s nearly the identical as a breach of the peace offence the place Mr Kudela, due to his alleged conduct, was motivated by malice and in poor health will towards Glen due to the color of his pores and skin and he can be charged with a racially aggravated course of conduct.
“He can anticipate then, even when he’s not been questioned at this stage, to probably have a cost, a report back to the equal of the CPS, to our prosecutors in Scotland, to say he shall be charged and given a date through which he has to look to Glasgow Sheriff Courtroom.”