Slavia Prague denies allegations of racism and accuses Glen Kamara of attacking their player Ondrej Kudela; Kemar Roofe receives racist emoji responses to post on Instagram social media platform Roofe was sent off in the Europa League in the second round of the second leg

Glen Rangers, who, according to Rangers manager Steven Gerrard, was racially abused by a Slavia Prague player towards the end of the Europa League defeat on Thursday evening

In the final phase of the 2-0 defeat at Ibrox, in which the Rangers were eliminated from the Europa League, there were furious arguments

Connor Goldson of the Rangers and Ondrej Kudela of Slavia in the middle were booked, and Kamara was visibly angry at a comment from Kudela

Scottish police were then called to Ibrox after Slavia alleged Rangers’ Kamara attacked Kudela after the game

None of the clubs reported any crime related to the incidents, police confirmed on Friday

UEFA has informed Sky Sports News that it is awaiting reports from the match delegate and the referee

Rangers striker Kemar Roofe, who was sent off in the game, was later exposed to racist abuse on the social media platform Instagram

“For me, Glen Kamara is one of my own, like everyone in this locker room,” said Gerrard. “I believe him 100 percent what he says about the allegation

In a statement posted on Slavia’s English language website, Kudela admitted that he used offensive language but added: “It was said in emotion, but I absolutely deny that there was anything racist in those words “

Rangers players chose to stay on the field after the alleged racist incident, according to Gerrard

“I tried to call Glen during the game, he didn’t come around,” Gerrard said. “I wanted to ask him if he wanted to leave the field? I would have supported him whatever his decision the players stayed up to the place, that was her decision “

He added, “The Slavia player caused this and it caused it to escalate. Something has to happen quickly that is over me

“This situation is not normal Why is he covering his mouth to say something? Your people try to defend him and say he doesn’t””

Anti-racism charity Show Racism Die Rote Karte praised Gerrard for his reaction to alleged racism

“His very visible and powerful intervention will help calm Glen down and develop a sense of solidarity with the thousands of black, Asian and ethnic minority supporters across the country who continue to endure racism in all its forms, every day, “was an explanation

According to Slavia, the events after the final whistle boiled over when the team was not allowed into the dressing room after the final whistle at Ibrox

The club said: “Ondrej Kudela was attacked and punched in the head by player Kamara when Rangers manager Steven Gerrard witnessed the incident

“Even the UEFA representatives who were also present at the scene of the incident were shocked by this behavior”

A UEFA spokesman has told Sky Sports News that the organization is “aware of an incident which occurred in the tunnel after the end of the game and which involved players from both teams”

“We are waiting for detailed reports from the game officers who were present at the game before making any further comments,” they said

A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “Neither club published any crime report in relation to last night’s game. Police Scotland has contacted club officials and assured them that if allegedly alleged, the allegation was thoroughly investigated becomes “

Rangers striker Roofe was subjected to racial abuse on the social media platform Instagram after the game

Roofe was one of two Rangers players who were sent off after striking goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar’s face with a high shoe when he was in the 61st century Minute after the tie fought for the ball

Kolar was rushed to hospital with 10 stitches on the head, said Slavia, who accused Rangers of “unprecedented malicious play”

“Kemar deserves the red card, if he went with his head, the situation could have been different,” said Gerrard “But some things are currently above football I don’t feel like talking about football at the moment”

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