Cops report ‘racist abuse’ of Glen Kamara and ‘assaults’ at Rangers-Slavia game in Prague

Cops report 'racist abuse' of Glen Kamara and 'assaults' at Rangers-Slavia game in Prague

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PSCs reported alleged racist abuse of Rangers ace Glen Kamara and alleged assault after their Europa League clash with Slavia Prague.
Police confirmed that a report was made to the Tax Prosecutor amid charges. Czech star Ondřej Kudela called Kamara a “fucking monkey” after the game.


The cops reported to the Tax Prosecutor

The Slavia Prague ace denied the accusation and replied that he was attacked by the Light Blues ace in the tunnel after the game on March 18.

Rangers have lost the last 16 games reversed 2-0 – which saw them exiting the Europa League.

Kudela was sentenced to a ten-game ban by UEFA for alleged racist abuse.

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Slavia previously denied the allegations – but in shock U-turn posted a statement on their website apologizing to Kamara.

Club chief Jaroslav Tvrdik: “Ondřej has been suspended for 10 UEFA matches and as a club we respect the decision.

“In any case, Ondřej Kúdela should not have approached the opposing player.

“I deeply regret it and apologize to Glen Kamara for a situation which has clearly caused distress to him and his team-mates, as well as to everyone associated with Slavia and Rangers.

“I am taking positive measures to prevent such a situation from happening again in our club. “

Kamara was banned from three matches by UEFA for the alleged assault after the match.

As Ibrox lawyer Aamer Anwar said he was disappointed with the length of Kudela’s ban – which will cause him to miss the Czech Republic’s Euro clash against Scotland this summer.

A statement read: “It is good news that today UEFA found Ondrej Kudela guilty of the racist abuse of Rangers player Glen Kamara.

“However, Glen is disappointed that the sanction imposed by UEFA on Kudela is the bare minimum of 10 games that could be imposed. “

A police spokesperson said: “A report was sent to the tax prosecutor following investigations into allegations of racial abuse and assault reported during the game between Rangers and Slavia Prague in Ibrox on Thursday March 18, 2021. “

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