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Slavia Prague player handed 10 match ban for calling Rangers star Glen Kamara a ‘f***ing monkey’

 

 

 

 

Slavia Prague defender, Ondrej Kudela has been banned for 10 matches by UEFA after being found guilty of racist behaviour towards Rangers’ Glen Kamara, who will serve a three-game suspension.

Kamara accused Kudela of racially abusing him during their Europa League last-16 match on March 18 in Ibrox.

Kudela had been provisionally suspended for one match as UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings, which ruled the Czech Republic international out of Slavia’s 1-1 draw at Arsenal last week. He will now be ineligible for the next nine games played by either Slavia in Europe or his country, including this summer’s European Championship.

Kamara was also suspended for three UEFA club competition games after he was found guilty of assaulting Kudela in the tunnel after the match at Ibrox.

The Czech Republic international denied the racism allegations, insisting he told the player he was ‘a f***ing guy’ as he whispered something into Kamara’s ear during the Czech side’s 2-0 win.

Footage from the game showed Kudela covering his mouth before saying something to Kamara, who immediately reacted with fury.

 

 

Slavia Prague player handed 10 match ban for calling Rangers star Glen Kamara a ‘f***ing monkey’

 

 

 

 

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