The sanctions are temporary and only apply to one match. The action was taken in the 16th round of the Europa League
-Slavia Prague player Ondrej Kudela has been temporarily suspended for one game Headed by the UEFA Control and Disciplinary Committee, the organization opened the file after Rangers accused him of speaking to their football player Glen Kamara with racist remarks.
The Council of European Institutions explained in a statement thatAfter investigating the UEFA Ethics and Discipline Inspector Starting from the Europa League match between the two teams on March 18, 2021, the procedure against Kudla has begun to assess whether it may violate Article 14 paragraph 1 or 15.1 of the Discipline. a Article IV. Rules and regulations, and against Kamala in case of violation of Article 15.1.g.
It also explained that, in accordance with Article 49, the committee has agreed to suspend Kudla’s participation in the next UEFA club game.inside The second round of the second round of the Europa League played at Ibrox In the end the game ended with a 0-2 victory by Slavia, so he entered the quarterfinals, the Czech players approached his opponent and said something in his ear. Kamara was very annoyed, reacted angrily, and condemned the referee and teammates for receiving racist comments, which the Prague Club and Kudla himself firmly denied. As a reaction to the powerful tackle starring the Rangers, “Uncle” was finally completed with 9 people.
Even the Czech goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar had to be replaced after receiving a kick from Kemar Roofe for more than ten shots. Rangers coach Steven Gerrard asked Slavia’s colleague Jindrich Tripisovsky to explain to the stadium, and told the media that he was disappointed with Slavia’s defense of the player’s position. “I’m very angry. I know Glenn and I believe him 100%. Slavia players caused this and needed to make a quick decision, but it was beyond me. But no matter what happens, I will be with Glenn,” he said.
Another incident of racism
On the other hand, on this Tuesday, people know Hertha Berlin announced the dismissal of one of the technicians, Zsolt Petry, After expressing hatred and xenophobia against the media in his country (Hungary), he was responsible for the guard. Sources from the Bundesliga club announced their decision on Tuesday, after the coach’s comments were announced by the “Magyar Nemzet” newspaper linked to the government of the supranationalist government Viktor Orbán.
Petry criticized Leipzig’s compatriot Peter Gulacsi for being directed by a team, which he said supports gay marriage. “I don’t understand how you can support homosexuals, transvestites and people with these sexual identities.”, He claimed. He also expressed dissatisfaction with Europe, a country with “very low morality”. According to him, “If you think that immigration has brought so many terrorist criminals to Europe, then you are immediately accused of being a racist.” 54 The year-old Petry has been working in Hertha since 2015. He regretted these remarks and said that he was neither gay nor racist.