After last week’s match in Sparta Park Prague, Glasgow Rangers have lodged a complaint with UEFA demanding a thorough investigation into the case, which is not only resonating in the countries concerned.
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Glenn Camara kneels before the match against Sparta. The player Glasgow Rangers saw the red card in the match.
As several Czech media reported on Tuesday evening, UEFA launched an investigation into the Europa League duel due to the possible discriminatory behavior of viewers.
As a reminder, the British complained to Mostly children’s audience roar In Letná to the address of Rangers midfielder Glen Kamar.
The islanders claim that he was an outright racist. The Czechs responded by claiming that Kemer’s personal hatred was behind this and vehemently rejected the racist attacks.
The black Finnish midfielder lies in the stomachs of the Czech fans afterwards How did he get involved in the conflict in March With defender of Slavia Prague, Ondig Kudel.
He was supposed to racially abuse him, and despite the lack of evidence, UEFA punished the Czechs with ten matches. He also lost his participation in the European Championships.
After the match in Sparta, echo in the post Scottish Football Association (SFA) member Marvin Barley.
According to Barley, the kids didn’t make mistakes on Thursday because their behavior imitated adults or allowed them to be encouraged.
“What other options do they have when you put them in a bowl of rotten fruit,” Barley wrote, attaching a picture of rotten strawberries to the text.
Subsequently, the Czech Foreign Minister, Jakob Kolhanek, apologized for these statements. He called them a “disgusting attack” on Czech children and the Czech Republic.
I write Novinky.cz, SFA will not respond to Kulhánek.
According to an explanation from Islands, Bartley is not an SFA employee. Therefore, the association does not feel the need to comment on the matter.
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