Slavia Prague have hired Scottish law firm SKS to fight their corner while a “criminal complaint” has been filed against Rangers, according to Seznam Zpravy.

The Czech news website claims that in the opinion of SKS, Rangers “have absolutely failed to organise” their retaliation to an allegation Ondrej Kudela racially abused Glen Kamara at Ibrox on Thursday night.

It is understood that in a bid to clear Kudela’s name, Slavia will enlist the help of experts and use state-of-the-art technology to prove the Czech player could not have said what Kamara’s lawyer says he did.


Furthermore, Seznam Zpravy adds a UEFA investigator contacted SKS at the weekend and Slavia have planned their own “interrogations” for those involved in the alleged racist incident in Glasgow last week.

Slavia are said to be ready to “severely punish” Kudela if Kamara’s allegations are found to be proven.

No defence

From what we’ve seen and read since last Thursday, we don’t see how Slavia have a leg to stand on and the lengths they’re going to in order to prove Kudela’s innocence just goes to show what really happened on Thursday night.


Firstly, when you see clips of the incident, Kamara and Bongani Zungu clearly hear the same thing and both react instantly.

Speaking to talkSPORT, Kamara’s lawyer Aamer Anwar added that he could see shock and a lack of support for Kudela from two of Slavia’s black players.

Slavia Prague goalkeeper Premysl Kovar has also appeared to confirm Kamara’s claims to be true after a voice recording emerged after the game [The Sun].

We don’t see how Slavia have a leg to stand on here.

The whole situation has been inflamed by their refusal to admit Kudela could have said something, dubbing Kamara’s racism allegation as “imaginary“.

What a horrible club they are and they, plus Kudela, deserve the books thrown at them by UEFA.

Not only for Kudela’s actions but also the fact that the club has so steadfastly stood by someone for doing that.

In other Rangers news, Scott Brown can’t handle our title triumph and has verbally agreed Celtic exit.


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