Hot Slavia boss says Rangers fans deserve UEFA warning after Lyon bus vandalism as he retaliates against Glen Kamara lawyer
Slavia Prague president Jaroslav Tvrdik hit back at lawyer for Rangers star Glen Kamara after claiming Ibrox fans would be targeted in the Czech Republic during the Europa League clash later this this month.
And he insists UEFA should issue a warning to RANGERS fans instead, after posting a screenshot of the vandalized bus from Lyon to Glasgow last week.
Rangers travel to face Slavia rivals Sparta Prague in their next Group A game which will be played behind closed doors due to the Czech club’s sanction for racist behavior in their game against Monaco last month.
Last season, Rangers lost to Slavia in a last 32 clash that exploded after a clash between Kamara and Slavia defender Ondrej Kudela, who was later banned for ten games by UEFA for racist abuse. , which made him miss Euro 2020.
Kamara’s lawyer, Aamer Anwar, said Rangers fans would be targeted by the Ultras from both Prague clubs and face a “real risk of death” if they traveled to the Czech Republic for the game.
But it is outraged Slavia chairman Tvrdik, who responded on social media by posting a photo of the Lyon team bus, which was spray painted in Scotland for the Rangers clash at Ibrox.
He added: “The lawyer here has shown an absolute loss of justice or is this an example of Scottish culture?
“UEFA really should issue a warning … regarding Rangers fans.”
Kudela has appealed the ban to the highest court in sports – the Swiss-based Court of Arbitration for Sport and expects to hear a final result this month.