2021-04-15 by Daisy I.
Slavia Prague’s Kudela prohibited for 10 video games for racially abusing Rangers midfielder Kamara
Slavia Prague protector Ondrej Kudela has actually been prohibited for 10 matches for racially abusing Glen Kamara; nevertheless, the Rangers midfielder has actually been offered his own three-game suspension for his reaction.
The set clashed at the end of the Europa League last-16 second-leg match at Ibrox, with Kamara responding intensely after he was racially abused by Kudela, prior to a number of gamers on both sides ended up being associated with fights.
A UEFA examination has now ruled that Kudela was guilty of bigotry and has been prohibited; nevertheless, Kamara will need to remain 3 video games himself for “assaulting another player.”
What did UEFA state?
A declaration from the European football governing body stated that an examination by its Ethics and Disciplinary Inspector had actually chosen: “To suspend SK Slavia Praha player, Ondrej Kudela, for the next 10 UEFA club and representative team competition matches for which he would otherwise be eligible to play, for racist behavior.”
It stated the suspension is back-dated to consist of the Europa League quarter-final very first leg in between Slavia and Arsenal, for which Kudela was not picked.
UEFA presented a 10-match restriction for discrimination in 2013. It is the optimal penalty they offer for a gamer condemned of racially abusing another footballer.
The declaration likewise states the inspector had chosen “to suspend Rangers player, Glen Kamara, for three UEFA club competition matches for which he would otherwise be eligible to play, for assaulting another player.”
What did Kudela state to Kamara?
Kamara states Kudela called him a “f*cking monkey” towards completion of the video game at Ibrox, which Slavia won 2-0 to advance to the last 8 of the Europa League.
He informed ITV: “[Kudela] came over and said ‘you’re a monkey, you’re a f*cking monkey and you know you are’. From there I reacted and said ‘he’s racist, he’s racist.
“From there I had a lot of emotions going through my mind; angry, upset, I felt humiliated. All my family, friends, fans, whoever is watching, I felt like a little boy.
“I didn’t know how to feel, to be honest, I was at a point where I was so angry I had tears in my eyes. I haven’t felt like that in God knows how long. It was a really weird feeling.
“For that to happen, from a so-called fellow professional, it’s crazy. It’s something you don’t expect in the game. Words can’t explain how I felt. Hopefully, I never have to feel that again. It was crazy really.”
Kamara’s supervisor Steven Gerrard raised the minute in his post-match interview, revealing disgust at what took place.
“I feel angry,” Gerrard informed press reporters. “It’s difficult to describe how I feel now because I know Glen and I trust him 100 per cent. It’s extremely disappointing.
“Glen Kamara to me is among my own. I 100 percent think what he is stating in regards to the allegation.
“Other players around him heard it so I will stand toe to toe with Glen Kamara and I’ll deal with this however Glen wants to deal with it. I am proud of all my players showing solidarity and from the top of this club to the bottom we stand with the players.”
Why has Kamara been prohibited?
A scuffle broke out in between Rangers and Slavia gamers in the last 5 minutes after Kudela whispered in Kamara’s ear. In a declaration, Slavia declared Kamara had actually assaulted Kudela in the tunnel following the last whistle.
Slavia president Jaroslav Tvrdik composed in a declaration. “Our gamer was physically assaulted after the match. At the demand of Slavia, the case was fixed by the regional cops. We want to see a comprehensive examination of the entire scenario by UEFA.”
Which video games will Kudela miss out on?
The restriction is for UEFA competitors, which guidelines Kudela out of the rest of Slavia’s Europa League project, and the Czech Republic’s video games at Euro 2020.
The Czechs are because of deal with England, Scotland and Croatia in Group D, consisting of playing the Scottish side at Hampden Park in Glasgow.