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Slavia Prague urged to apologise for Ondrej Kudela and followers’ racist abuse of Rangers star Glen Kamara as UEFA criticised by lawyer


Glen Kamara’s lawyer believes UEFA have did not study their lesson in dealing with racist abuse and known as on gamers to begin strolling off the pitch.

Slavia Prague defender Ondrej Kudela was hit with a ten-match ban for racially abusing Kamara throughout final month’s Europa League last-16 tie.

Kudela received a ten-game ban by UEFA for racially abusing Kamara

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Kudela obtained a ten-game ban by UEFA for racially abusing Kamara

The Rangers participant was incensed after Kudela whispered into his ear throughout a Europa League tie at Ibrox on March 18.

The Slavia Prague defender had been handed a provisional one-match ban over a lesser cost of insulting Kamara, and that ban is included inside the total 10-match sanction.

Kamara was additionally banned for 3 matches for allegedly assaulting Kudela within the tunnel shortly after the incident.

Aamer Anwar, the Rangers star’s lawyer, highlighted the incident involving England’s gamers in Bulgaria in 2019 and believed UEFA shrink back from taking significant motion.

Chatting with talkSPORT, he mentioned: “As an illustration when England performed Bulgaria in 2019 for the Euro qualifier and we noticed the abuse that the black English gamers obtained – the Nazi salutes, the chanting after which the derisory punishment from UEFA.

“One would have thought UEFA would have learnt its lesson. 

Rangers star Glen Kamara reacted furiously to the words by Kudela

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Rangers star Glen Kamara reacted furiously to the phrases by Kudela

“I actually assume it’s come to that time now that gamers ought to mechanically stroll off the pitch and the golf equipment ought to help them.

“UEFA ought to have strain piled on them. What precisely does it take?

“If it was wherever else, the concept that somebody may try this on the worldwide stage, within the presence of everyone else, conduct himself in such behaviour, and will have recognized his behaviour would have incited different followers to then keep it up that abuse.

“It truly is time for the footballing group to take motion in opposition to golf equipment and gamers that perpetuate racism. It begins with UEFA. That’s on the high of the sport.

“They’d a possibility. On the finish of the day, they’re not shy in taking cash off golf equipment. Not shy in taking cash off soccer followers across the globe by way of watching their video games.

“But in terms of a problem like this, that wouldn’t be accepted in any work place, they appear to show their heads away or put their heads within the sand.”

Kamara was also banned for three games by UEFA

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Kamara was additionally banned for 3 video games by UEFA

Kudela continues to disclaim that he racially abused Kamara and his membership have staunchly backed him.

Anwar desires to see Slavia Prague take motion themselves and apologise.

“I need Slavia Prague to publicly apologise for the racism that Glen Kamara obtained from their participant,” he added.

“I need Slavia Prague to name out the racism from their followers. Open racism from their followers and say that is unacceptable and this doesn’t signify the values of their membership.

“If they’re real about eradicating racism then take care of it now. Put an finish to it. That ought to be a place to begin, in any other case UEFA ought to be wanting on the response of the golf equipment as a result of there may be silence. Absolute silence.”

Police have reported each Kudela and Kamara to Scotland’s prosecution service after investigating allegations of racist abuse and assault throughout final month’s Europa League sport.

A case of ‘racially aggravated conduct’ in opposition to Slavia defender Kudela has been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.

Rangers midfielder Kamara has additionally been reported to prosecutors over an allegation that he punched Kudela within the Ibrox tunnel after the match.





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