Europa League: Kamara’s lawyer calls for Slavia Prague disqualification


Glen Kamara’s lawyer, Aamer Anwar, has called for Ondrej Kudela to be banned for one year and Slavia Prague disqualified from the Europa League.

Police are still investigating events that unfolded during the clash with Rangers at Ibrox last Thursday.

Rangers midfielder Kamara reported racist abuse during his team’s Europa League defeat by Slavia Prague.

Kamara insists he was the target of “vile, racist abuse” by Slavia player Kudela during last Thursday’s game, accusing his opponent of calling him a “f****** monkey”.

“Article 14 of UEFA disciplinary regulations gives UEFA the power to take robust disciplinary action against Mr. Kudela if he is found guilty.

“On this occasion a ban of 10 matches for Mr. Kudela will not suffice, he should at the very least be banned for a minimum of one year and Slavia Prague who remain in denial should face consequences, including deduction of points and/or disqualification from the competition,” a statement issued by solicitor Aamer Anwar on behalf of Kamara read in part.