UEFA is investigating whether Slavia Prague’s Ondrej Kudela is guilty of a racist attack on Glen Camara. So the Czechs were suspended from this week’s Europa League match – and the behavior of Rangers’ player Camara was also examined.
Rangers lost the Europa League quarter-final to Slavia Prague this week, but it was Ondrej Kudla’s alleged racist attack on Glenn Camara that stole the spotlight after the match.
Finn and his team-mates reacted strongly on the pitch, and Camara said afterwards that Codela described him as a monkey. Later, the midfield drive in the national team did not want to comment on the chaos.
Cudela himself claimed that he did not express himself racially. Now it remains clear that he will not be allowed to play in the Slavia EL quarter-finals against Arsenal on Thursday, as UEFA investigates events in Glasgow. Reports are, among other things, the BBC.
Hence, the suspension is a long match, but if Kudela is found guilty of racism, it can be suspended for ten matches, the TV channel reported.
The 34-year-old was not available for games this week. Slavia announced that Kudela Nose wound and a cold, And thus miss the first partial meeting.
In the Czech national team’s international match against Wales last week, Codela received a powerful blow to the face from superstar Gareth Bale.
Scottish police are also investigating Kudla’s comments as well as Camara’s alleged attack on the Czechs in the players tunnel after the match. Prague FC claimed after the match that the Finn had seized the fists and that Rangers coach Steven Gerrard and UEFA representatives would watch.
UEFA announced that it is also looking into Camara’s behavior.
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