Europa League: Slavia Prague’s Ondrej Kudela banned for 10 video games for racial abuse

Europa League: Slavia Prague’s Ondrej Kudela banned for 10 video games for racial abuse

Kudela is about to overlook the remainder of Slavia’s Europa League marketing campaign and the Czech Republic’s video games on the European Championship.

Europa League: Slavia Prague's Ondrej Kudela banned for 10 games for racial abuse

Ondrej Kudela receives a yellow card in Slavia Prague’s Europa League match in opposition to Rangers. AP

Slavia Prague defender Ondrej Kudela was banned for 10 video games by UEFA on Wednesday for racially abusing a black opponent within the Europa League.

UEFA mentioned the ban would apply to “membership and consultant group competitors matches.” Ten video games is the minimal ban for racial abuse in UEFA’s disciplinary code.

Kudela is about to overlook the remainder of Slavia’s Europa League marketing campaign and the Czech Republic’s video games on the European Championship.

Kudela, Slavia and sure the Czech soccer federation can attraction in opposition to the ban, first to UEFA after which the Courtroom of Arbitration for Sport.

Kudela lined his mouth with each arms when he spoke into Rangers participant Glen Kamara’s ear throughout a Europa League sport in Glasgow final month. He denied Kamara’s accusation that he used racist language that one other Rangers participant additionally claimed to have heard.

UEFA additionally banned Kamara for 3 European membership competitors video games subsequent season for assaulting Kudela after the sport, which Slavia gained 2-0.

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