Glasgow Rangers fans have been reacting to the news that the lawyer of Glen Kamara believes the police now have sufficient evidence to charge Ondrej Kudela of “racially aggravated conduct”.
Aamer Anwar is representing Kamara after the Finland international accused Kudela of racist abuse during the Gers’ Europa League round of 16 clash with Slavia Prague. The Czech champions have moved to deny the allegations, even suggesting Kudela was the man actually on the end of physical abuse (slavia.cz).
Now, though, Anwar believes the authorities have amassed enough evidence to charge the 34-year-old, and has revealed that, if found guilty, he could face a prison sentence of up to six months (The Herald). It now remains to be seen what the verdict is if and when the case goes to court.
Do you expect Slavia and Kudela to be punished?
Anwar’s comments were shared on Twitter by Clyde 1 Superscoreboard, and the tweet attracted plenty of attention from the Gers supporters. The fans took to the social media platform to share their thoughts.
Let’s see what the Rangers fans had to say about the Kudela update below
“Aye but has Michael Stewart heard all the evidence yet?”
“This is THE opportunity to do something about racism in the game. If nothing happens this time then forget about holding big red cards up for show.”
“No place in sports for this kind of people who abuse others Stamp it out.”
“Excellent. No doubt SK Statement Prague will be preparing a statement claiming this is all doctored evidence as we speak”
“Excellent news x”
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