Kúdela banned for 10 game – Slavia Prague defender Ondřej Kúdela has been handed a 10-game ban by UEFA for racially abusing a Glasgow Rangers player during a Europa League match.
Kúdela was found to have racially manhandled Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara on March 18. The boycott implies he will miss the remainder of Slavia’s Europa League crusade and the Czech Republic’s games at the European Championship.
The Czechs start their Euro 2020 program in June against Scotland in Glasgow. It’s guaranteed Kúdela offered bigoted remarks in Kamara’s ear during the Europa League game at Ibrox Stadium a month ago.
He recognized swearing at Kamara however denied utilizing bigoted language that another Rangers player additionally professed to have heard. Kamara responded indignantly to the comments and was prohibited for three counterparts for attacking Kúdela.
UEFA said Kúdela’s boycott would apply to “club and delegate group rivalry coordinates.” A 10-game boycott is the base for racial maltreatment in UEFA’s disciplinary code. Worries about prejudice Kúdela, Slavia and the Czech soccer organization can request against the boycott, first to UEFA and afterward the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Kúdela was temporarily suspended from Slavia’s down against Arsenal a week ago, which implies he has nine additional rounds of the boycott left to serve in UEFA rivalries. It comes as concerns have been communicated about prejudice inside the Czech Republic.
The extreme right Freedom and Direct Democracy Party (SPD) is the third-biggest resistance bunch in parliament and the treatment of Roma people group has been globally condemned.
Ondřej Kúdela isn’t the main player to be restricted for 10 games for racial maltreatment since UEFA presented the approval in 2013. A Ukrainian goalkeeper for Latvian club Ventspils, Kostyantyn Makhnovskyi, was additionally prohibited for 10 games in 2019 after an episode in the passing rounds of the Europa League.