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  1. I agree with you. I'm hoping next season we see some of the youth players brought into the first team to help strengthen the options for rotation and allowing other players to rest. I too will be expecting at least one cup and the league next season.
  2. I don't think the club have taken advantage they spent our money wisely and got us 55.
  3. I think many did and it was good to see the club invest the ST money into strengthening the team, unlike some other clubs.
  4. HRH Prince Philips funeral Plans https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56694327 Live Cam
  5. I totally agree. I think Glen's lawyer breaks down that government officials letter very well in his tweets on twitter.
  6. Will the Scottish government have their say to UEFA? The Guardian Czech government official hits out at Uefa over Ondrej Kudela’s racism ban Thu 15 Apr 2021 18.00 BST A senior Czech government official claims Uefa handed a 10-game ban to Ondrej Kudela for abusing Rangers’ Glen Kamara in order to satisfy the “perverted expectations of a small group of activists”. Vratislav Mynar’s intervention came on the day police said they had reported Kudela and Kamara to Scotland’s prosecution service after investigating allegations of racist abuse and assault during the Europa League game between Rangers and Slavia Prague at Ibrox last month. Slavia’s Ondrej Kudela gets 10-match Uefa ban for racial abuse of Glen Kamara A case of “racially aggravated conduct” against Kudela has been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal after the 34-year-old was accused of shouting a discriminatory slur into Kamara’s ear. Kamara has been reported to prosecutors over an allegation that he punched Kudela in the tunnel after the match. Mynar has accused Uefa of acting in the “pinnacle of hypocrisy” in banning Kudela and he bizarrely suggested the ruling would see players who are not black become the victim of discrimination. Mynar heads the Office of the President of the Republic, a department set up to ensure presidential powers and are carried out. In his open letter to Uefa’s control, ethics and disciplinary body, he wrote: “I note that racism is unproven and alleged. The Uefa inspector himself questioned that Ondrej Kudela had made a racist statement. Nevertheless, you have decided on a completely unprecedented punishment for a player who did not harm anyone and only verbally – according to his statement – offended his opponent. “You condemn a decent person without a single piece of evidence. You make it impossible for athletes to fulfil their dream in the Europa League – all this just to fulfil the perverted expectations of a small group of activists and a club unable to win on the field, all the more so by shouting empty and hurtful phrases about racism. “In your submission, the fight against racism has become the fight of the unsuccessful against the successful, the pinnacle of hypocrisy, positive discrimination and embarrassing undermining with stupid trends. “Your efforts can lead to the opposite, a situation where a person with a colour other than black will be discriminated against, oppressed and deprived of their rights. That is why I also consider it necessary to oppose this procedure. “Although you’re probably not used to it, let me tell you one thing. I very much appreciate the fact that the Czech public does not identify with your verdict, across the whole society. On the contrary, even if only for a short time, you have managed to unite ancient rivals. We will not kneel before you and no threats apply to the Czech football fan.” Kamara was given a three-game ban after being found by Uefa to have assaulted Kudela in the tunnel. Kamara met police officers last week to discuss the complaints, and his solicitor Aamer Anwar urged Kudela to follow suit. Anwar said: “We would strongly urge Mr Kudela to cooperate with officers carrying out their investigations into his alleged criminal conduct … Glen Kamara has fully cooperated with Police Scotland and provided a statement to officers at my offices.” Slavia said: “Mr Kudela was and still is prepared to fully cooperate with the police inquiries.” https://www.theguardian.com/football/2021/apr/15/czech-government-official-uefa-glen-kamara-ondrej-kudela-racism-ban
  7. It's so sad that such a beautiful game is being ruined by corruption and abuse. The caretakers of the game are really failing in their duties.
  8. They'll only act when the pressure forces them to do so. It's up to all the anti racism groups to keep the pressure on them to force change.
  9. I'm all for this idea, the police would then have the evidence when reported.
  10. Good point. I think they're at it too. It makes me wonder who sits on the disciplinary panels and are they really that gullible to lies. I really think that players should be able to signal the ref when they have been racially abused, The ref should then make a note in is match report and report it to the police and football association for investigation. I think the players association could do more by sending a petition to UEFA to enforce zero tolerance on racism with adequate punishments. I think the SFA should be speaking out more for players suffering any sort of abuse.
  11. The goalie, the club as a whole needs some sort of cognitive behavioral therapy if they think racial abuse is acceptable and it doesn't say much about their country when they have got their politicians wading in to defend Slavia Prague when Kudella is guilty of racist abuse.
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