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Ondrej Kudela could face police probe over alleged Glen Kamara racism after UK return

Czech defender Ondrej Kudela could face questioning from police over a racism storm with Glen Kamara after touchdown in Cardiff yesterday.

Kudela was a shock inclusion within the Czech squad for Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier with Wales.

The Slavia Prague participant is accused of getting known as Rangers’ star Kamara a “f***** monkey” of their Europa League win at Ibrox on March 18.

But the defender, 34, nonetheless joined up along with his nationwide staff for his or her triple header earlier than beginning their win towards Estonia and draw to Belgium.

Now he’s in line to maintain his place towards Wales on the Cardiff City Stadium regardless of Kudela and his legal professionals beforehand expressing reservations about travelling.




The star can also be due in England subsequent week when Slavia go to Arsenal within the quarter-finals of the Europa League.

Kamara’s authorized staff, headed up by solicitor Aamer Anwar, declare Police Scotland would search to interview Kudela concerning the alleged racial abuse ought to he return to the UK.

The centre-back boarded the Czech staff aircraft on Monday individually from the remainder of his team-mates as a part of the additional measures taken.



Czech coach Jaroslav Silhavy has confirmed Kudela has travelled to the UK and could begin towards Wales

Czech coach Jaroslav Silhavy confirmed: “We are glad he’s right here with us as a result of he’s a part of the beginning line-up.

“It is sort of uncomfortable what it’s taking place, particularly for Ondra.

“But I do not suppose it affected him and he’s ready for the match.

“Against Belgium, he confirmed that it didn’t have an effect on him. He is prepared.



Gareth Bale will captain Wales towards the Czech Republic in Cardiff on Tuesday night time

“When someone asked me if we wanted Ondra to travel with us, I said: ‘definitely’.

“The subsequent meeting was between the Czech FA and (Slavia president Jaroslav) Tvrdik.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank him for agreeing and Ondra is here with us. I’m glad.

“Of course we thought-about the want of the gamers and participant. The staff is comfortable Ondra is right here and they’re prepared for the match.”

A Police Scotland spokesperson confirmed on Monday: “We are investigating incidents of alleged racial abuse and a reported assault following the match between Rangers and Slavia Prague at Ibrox on Thursday, 18 March, 2021. Officers are liaising with each golf equipment and enquiries are persevering with.”

The drive can also be probing a felony grievance towards Kamara which was filed by Slavia, who allege the Rangers participant assaulted Kudela after the match.

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