Slavia demands the halt of escalating biased pressure on UEFA and Police officials regarding the investigated incidents reported during 2020/21 UEFA Europa League Round of 16 second leg match between Rangers FC and SK Slavia Praha.
Czech News Agency: Prominent Slavia fanclubs have moved to distance themselves from a picture that appears to show a racist message directed at Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara.
Current and former Slavia players dominate the Czech Footballer of the year 2020 awards. Jindřich Trpišovský became Manager of the Year, David Zima Talent of the Year.
In view of the uncertainty as to the criminal complaint made to Glasgow police, Slavia decided to specify the information. The complaint was sent to the Czech embassy in London and directly to the address provided by the embassy as a contact for investigation of the events.
The club is absolutely disgusted by the racist photograph published online by a group of alleged “fans” on Friday night. We condemn this act as totally unacceptable, and we distance ourselves from it. It is an unprecedented backstabbing of the club and its ideals.
SK Slavia Prague filed criminal complaint to Scottish police through the Embassy of the Czech Republic in London for physical assault on player Ondřej Kúdela.
Slavia will face Arsenal FC in the next stage of the UEFA Europa League.
"It was the hardest game so far, we went here to play an unbeaten team. And we did it," says Nicolae Stanciu who scored the first goal against Rangers.
The club denies the allegations of racism of one of the team captains Ondřej Kúdela.