UEFA will hold a meeting on Thursday over the alleged racist abuse aimed at Glen Kamara when Rangers played Slavia Prague last month, according to iSport.

The Czech news website claims all parties will have the chance to “express themselves” this week after Ondrej Kudela was alleged to have racially abused Kamara at Ibrox.

Kamara is also alleged to have attacked Kudela in the tunnel after the match.


According to iSport, “Kamara and the entire Scottish club are also facing punishment from UEFA” while Kudela could be handed a heavy punishment if he is deemed to have been racist towards the Finland international.

While everyone will meet this Thursday with UEFA, it is understood that it won’t be until next Thursday when a final decision is expected to made.

Punishment for Rangers?

It’s funny how the Czech media have painted this.

While they claim Rangers could be punished by UEFA, they seem to leave out the part where Slavia Prague could be too.

If Kamara’s allegation of racist abuse is found to be proven, what happens to the club that essentially called the victim a liar?

Slavia have called Kamara’s claims “imaginary” and have stood by Kudela despite clear outrage at what he said on the pitch during the Europa League last-16 showdown.

Slavia Prague are a club that has previously called on Romelu Lukaku to apologise for saying he’d been racially abused.

They are now a club that has protested their innocence way too much since the Kudela and Kamara incident.

Slavia haven’t just let this slide and allow UEFA to deal with the matter, they have repeatedly made statements, their chairman has constantly tweeted and the Czech media have released detail upon detail about other incidents that happened.

Suspect, much?

In other Rangers news, a Times journalist has suggested Steven Gerrard is guilty of hypocrisy.


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