Slavia specifies information concerning the criminal complaint

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 complaint was sent on Friday, 19 March 2021, after the return of the team to Prague. The Embassy of the Czech Republic in London was provided with the document and it was also sent directly to the address provided by the embassy as a contact for investigation of the events.

Slavia General Secretary Martin Říha is in direct contact with local police representative dealing with Scottish football clubs (Superintendent Emma Croft, Specialist Operations, Greater Glasgow Division). A teleconference of Slavia lawyers and Scottish police will be held.

In cooperation with a notary and law firm, Slavia is currently making a record of all statements by the players and members of staff and will complete the complaint in the following days. The complaint will be complemented by other relevant facts in cooperation with a law firm hired in Scotland. It is in our interest to thoroughly examine the events and to find justice.

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