Rangers will not tolerate racist insult to Kamara and will ask UEFA for action

In the second leg of the round of 16 between Rangers and Slavia Prague, Czech footballer Kudel allegedly directed racist insults at Kamara.

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Glasgow Rangers announced that they will not tolerate the alleged racist insult of the Slavia Prague players to Glen Kamara, a Scottish team player, and will ask UEFA for action.

On the second leg of the round of 16 between Rangers and Slavia Prague, Czech footballer Ondrej Kudel allegedly directed racist insults at Kamara while covering his mouth. This led to a fight on the field of play and subsequent statements by Steven Gerrard, Rangers coach, assuring that they had been racist insults.

However, the Slavia of Prague issued a statement confirming that Kudel had insulted Kamara, but rejecting that they were racist insults.

The Rangers, through their sports director, Stewart Robertson, confirmed that they will not tolerate these events and that they will not accept a denial of what happened.

"This incident has been reported to the UEFA delegate and we understand that it has been included in the minutes of the match. UEFA knows that the football world is watching and we expect a strong and unequivocal response. It cannot be that they will hide it again under the carpet. We are not prepared for Kamara to be just another statistic. Enough is enough, "said Robertson.

In addition, several Rangers players reported receiving abuse through social media after the match.



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