Uefa will investigate potential discriminatory incidents

Uefa will investigate potential discriminatory incidents

Uefa will investigate potential discriminatory incidents

Uefa will investigate potential discriminatory incidents

Uefa will investigate “potential discriminatory incidents” in Rangers’ Europa League defeat by Sparta Prague.

Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara was jeered by the home fans before being sent off in last Thursday’s match.

However, Sparta released a statement saying “unfounded accusations” of racism were “desperate and ridiculous”.

Last season, the Finland international was racially abused by Ondrej Kudela of Sparta’s rivals Slavia Prague.

Kudela was given a 10-match European ban.

The match between Sparta and Rangers was played in front of 10,000 children and their chaperones after Uefa

relented on a stadium closure following racist chanting by Sparta fans towards Monaco’s Aurelien Tchouameni earlier this season.

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard indicated the Ibrox club were to make an official complaint to Uefa over the treatment of Kamara,

who was dismissed for picking up two bookings.

This matter should not be happen even again because of that all of the players feel so depressed and hopeless and sometimes

they just can’t resist with the humiliating action from the supporters that boo

and chanting with the bad words and Uefa now

will take action with the attitude from the home supporters of  Czech national football league that made the whole world shock

in that incident.

 

 

 

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