Czech Kudela has been banned for ten matches for calling Finn Kamara a “fucking monkey”

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The Control, Ethics and Discipline Commission of the UEFA decided to sanction the Czech Slavia Prague defender with ten games Ondrej Kudela considering that he had a “racist behavior” with the Glasgow Rangers footballer Glen Kamara during the duel that measured both teams in the Europa League on March 18.

The Finnish footballer, with roots from Sierra Leone, accused the Czech of having insulted him in a racist way (he called him a “fucking monkey”, as he explained) during the second leg of the tie and UEFA, despite the fact that Slavia and the player denied it, decided to open an investigation to clarify the matter.

Kudela He received a provisional sanction for a match that made him miss the first leg against Arsenal, but now he will have to serve another nine more in UEFA competitions “for racist behavior”, as confirmed by the continental body on Wednesday. The Czech, who starts with his country’s national team, will miss the Eurocup for this reason.

The Czechs make their debut in the postponed Euro 2020, playing against Scotland in Glasgow. It is the same city in which, it was ruled, Kudela uttered the racist insult.

In addition, this also punished with three games to Chamber for his attack on the Slavia center-back in the changing room tunnel.

Kostyantyn Makhnovskyi, the Ukrainian goalkeeper for Latvian Ventspils, was the first player suspended with 10 matches for a racist incident in the Europa League in 2019.

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