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1 minute ago, esquire8 said:

I see bears retweeting their newest statement on Twitter though I am still blocked by the racists cunts :lol:

Wonder what shite they are peddling now.

The usual bollocks.

Slavia demands the halt of escalating biased pressure on UEFA and Police officials

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Slavia demands the halt of escalating biased pressure on UEFA and Police officials regarding the investigated incidents reported during 2020/21 UEFA Europa League Round of 16 second leg match between Rangers FC and SK Slavia Praha.
President of football club SK Slavia Praha, Jaroslav Tvrdík, demands the immediate halt of escalating biased pressure by Rangers’ club representatives (most recently a public statement of the club’s chief, Mr Stewart Robertson, made on 30 March 2021) and other public figures in Scotland on UEFA and Police officials regarding the investigated incidents reported during 2020/21 UEFA Europa League Round of 16 second leg match between Rangers FC and SK Slavia Praha on 18 March 2021. 

Mr Tvrdík states: “The pending investigations conducted by the officials of UEFA and the local Police have made no findings so far. However, our player Ondřej Kúdela has already been the subject of a public ‘conviction’ without any evidence whatsoever; he is a victim of prejudice and a presumption of guilt. The UEFA Ethics and Disciplinary Inspector is still conducting an investigation regarding the incidents in question and has been granted additional time until 5 April 2021 to deliver his report. We believe in an evidence- and law-based process whereby Ondřej and our club both provide necessary cooperation to the respective authorities. We have presented evidence which, in our view, cleanses Ondřej of an unjustified accusation of racism.” 

Mr Tvrdík adds that unfortunately xenophobic prejudice is evidently rising on the part of some stakeholders and some British media against clubs and players and, in general, against people from Central and Eastern Europe: “The sad side of the whole matter is that Rangers are trying to cover up overtly aggressive play by their team. During the match itself, our goalkeeper Ondřej Kolář was gravely injured and sustained a frontal sinus fracture while our doctor was prevented to examine him on site even dozens of minutes after the final whistle. Not to mention that there were several other serious fouls against our players and a number of those have remained unpunished. Such behaviour does not belong in the prestigious UEFA Europa League.” 

Mr Tvrdík also stresses that Mr Kamara´s assault of Ondřej Kúdela after the match is likewise included in the subject-matter of the pending investigations despite Rangers being practically silent about this incident. In this regard, he mentions: “If someone is wondering what happened, the Rangers delegation claimed a wish to speak to Ondřej in order to clarify the alleged racial insult. The conversation was about to take place in the tunnel under the patronage and in the presence of the UEFA match delegation and the coaches of both teams. However, the cameras covering the meeting place were purposely covered and then Mr Kamara, with no warning and obviously having zero intention to have the suggested conversation, roughly assaulted Ondřej by punching him to the face. After trying to continue fighting he fled into the dressing room followed by Mr Gerrard without a single word of apology. It is a disgraceful incident.” 

Last but not least, Mr Tvrdík reminds the club’s firm commitment to fight racism, xenophobia and all forms of hatred as one of the pillars of Slavia football policy. He emphasizes: “Any form of racial discrimination is contrary to our values and principles and we shall never tolerate such conduct. We believe that all people must be free and equal with their rights and dignity. Slavia strictly abides by the policy against racism as detailed by the organization FARE” (Football Against Racism in Europe). 

In light of the foregoing, the club and the player Kúdela await the results of a proper and independent investigation of both incidents. We call for calm until then.

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More reads like the start of a backtrack to me.

Their fans have actually managed to make them look even more guilty. Nobody has backed them up whilst Kamara has received universal support.  They know that he is guilty and they have fucked it.

Your players are diving bastards, screaming like wee lassies when they get touched, would love to see them travel over to the faroes and see them all hospitalised due to not being able to handle the w

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2 minutes ago, Bronzy said:

The usual bollocks.

Slavia demands the halt of escalating biased pressure on UEFA and Police officials

DNES, KLUB
Slavia demands the halt of escalating biased pressure on UEFA and Police officials regarding the investigated incidents reported during 2020/21 UEFA Europa League Round of 16 second leg match between Rangers FC and SK Slavia Praha.
President of football club SK Slavia Praha, Jaroslav Tvrdík, demands the immediate halt of escalating biased pressure by Rangers’ club representatives (most recently a public statement of the club’s chief, Mr Stewart Robertson, made on 30 March 2021) and other public figures in Scotland on UEFA and Police officials regarding the investigated incidents reported during 2020/21 UEFA Europa League Round of 16 second leg match between Rangers FC and SK Slavia Praha on 18 March 2021. 

Mr Tvrdík states: “The pending investigations conducted by the officials of UEFA and the local Police have made no findings so far. However, our player Ondřej Kúdela has already been the subject of a public ‘conviction’ without any evidence whatsoever; he is a victim of prejudice and a presumption of guilt. The UEFA Ethics and Disciplinary Inspector is still conducting an investigation regarding the incidents in question and has been granted additional time until 5 April 2021 to deliver his report. We believe in an evidence- and law-based process whereby Ondřej and our club both provide necessary cooperation to the respective authorities. We have presented evidence which, in our view, cleanses Ondřej of an unjustified accusation of racism.” 

Mr Tvrdík adds that unfortunately xenophobic prejudice is evidently rising on the part of some stakeholders and some British media against clubs and players and, in general, against people from Central and Eastern Europe: “The sad side of the whole matter is that Rangers are trying to cover up overtly aggressive play by their team. During the match itself, our goalkeeper Ondřej Kolář was gravely injured and sustained a frontal sinus fracture while our doctor was prevented to examine him on site even dozens of minutes after the final whistle. Not to mention that there were several other serious fouls against our players and a number of those have remained unpunished. Such behaviour does not belong in the prestigious UEFA Europa League.” 

Mr Tvrdík also stresses that Mr Kamara´s assault of Ondřej Kúdela after the match is likewise included in the subject-matter of the pending investigations despite Rangers being practically silent about this incident. In this regard, he mentions: “If someone is wondering what happened, the Rangers delegation claimed a wish to speak to Ondřej in order to clarify the alleged racial insult. The conversation was about to take place in the tunnel under the patronage and in the presence of the UEFA match delegation and the coaches of both teams. However, the cameras covering the meeting place were purposely covered and then Mr Kamara, with no warning and obviously having zero intention to have the suggested conversation, roughly assaulted Ondřej by punching him to the face. After trying to continue fighting he fled into the dressing room followed by Mr Gerrard without a single word of apology. It is a disgraceful incident.” 

Last but not least, Mr Tvrdík reminds the club’s firm commitment to fight racism, xenophobia and all forms of hatred as one of the pillars of Slavia football policy. He emphasizes: “Any form of racial discrimination is contrary to our values and principles and we shall never tolerate such conduct. We believe that all people must be free and equal with their rights and dignity. Slavia strictly abides by the policy against racism as detailed by the organization FARE” (Football Against Racism in Europe). 

In light of the foregoing, the club and the player Kúdela await the results of a proper and independent investigation of both incidents. We call for calm until then.

They are fucking rattled and know some justice is coming down that pipeline for them. Never seen so many statements by one club over one incident in my life.

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With every statement Slavia dig a deeper hole for themselves. Ridiculous, counter-productive, extremely distasteful and shameless attempts at PR and controlling the narrative.

Scum club. Suddenly developed an affection for Sparta Prague. Must be better than these cunts.

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They keep mentioning the goalie incident which is irrelevant to the racism claim.

 An accidental collision resulted in them winning the tie because our player was sent off.

Denial and grasping at straws.

In hindsight, we should have walked off the park. No doubt Uefa will even things out by fining Kamara/club for battering the racist.

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Unless they are being very stupid !!!! It does look like Kamara bopped him one.

No evidence of racism ?

2 players reacted immediately to the  racist comment. Reported it immediately. And havent changed their story.

Kamara wil gets a 3 game ban ?

He will get 6 matches with 3 suspended ?

Has Balogun been accused of something ?

Both clubs fined.

 

 

 

 

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I am just disgusted with Slavia. Deflection then more deflection. Reminds me of somebody.

All they had to do was await the outcome of the racist allegations. Hold their hand up and say sorry if authorities come down on Kamaras side. But this deflection achieves more than to point them as beneath the pale.

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I would take their accusations of rough tackling a lot more seriously if they hadn’t thrown themselves screaming to the ground whenever anyone attempted a tackle.

Of course, this has nothing to do with the racism charge and they know it. Bizarre and indicative of a certain mindset that they think it would provide mitigation.

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They keep mentioning Roofe's foul in some bizarre attempt to either justify the racism or to take control of the narrative. It was a terrible incident but these things will happen on the realms of a football pitch.

The CCTV claim is just as bizarre. The cameras are probably the little black dome ones, they aren't exactly the easiest to cover unless someone whipped out some spray paint ffs.

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5 minutes ago, BlueThunder said:

I would take their accusations of rough tackling a lot more seriously if they hadn’t thrown themselves screaming to the ground whenever anyone attempted a tackle.

Of course, this has nothing to do with the racism charge and they know it. Bizarre and indicative of a certain mindset that they think it would provide mitigation.

Bah dived and feigned injuries the entire game and now they are trying to turn the tide.

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If anyone ever needs educated on the definition of a straw man argument they have provided the greatest example of all time. 
 

Constantly talking about some bad tackles in relation to an allegation of racism 🥴 baffling. 
 

Not that it even matters but other than Roofes which was obviously a shocker I didn’t think it was that rough a tie. 

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5 hours ago, Jeffrey said:

Kamara has hired lawyer Aamer Anwar, known in Scotland for fighting for human rights, engaging in anti-racist campaigns. If Anwar really can do something, then it's a way to get publicity.

Shame Anwar wasn't around when Mark Walters played for us,or the club with the biggest racist support i've ever witnessed might have been closed down.

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3 hours ago, Bronzy said:

The usual bollocks.

Slavia demands the halt of escalating biased pressure on UEFA and Police officials

DNES, KLUB
Slavia demands the halt of escalating biased pressure on UEFA and Police officials regarding the investigated incidents reported during 2020/21 UEFA Europa League Round of 16 second leg match between Rangers FC and SK Slavia Praha.
President of football club SK Slavia Praha, Jaroslav Tvrdík, demands the immediate halt of escalating biased pressure by Rangers’ club representatives (most recently a public statement of the club’s chief, Mr Stewart Robertson, made on 30 March 2021) and other public figures in Scotland on UEFA and Police officials regarding the investigated incidents reported during 2020/21 UEFA Europa League Round of 16 second leg match between Rangers FC and SK Slavia Praha on 18 March 2021. 

Mr Tvrdík states: “The pending investigations conducted by the officials of UEFA and the local Police have made no findings so far. However, our player Ondřej Kúdela has already been the subject of a public ‘conviction’ without any evidence whatsoever; he is a victim of prejudice and a presumption of guilt. The UEFA Ethics and Disciplinary Inspector is still conducting an investigation regarding the incidents in question and has been granted additional time until 5 April 2021 to deliver his report. We believe in an evidence- and law-based process whereby Ondřej and our club both provide necessary cooperation to the respective authorities. We have presented evidence which, in our view, cleanses Ondřej of an unjustified accusation of racism.” 

Mr Tvrdík adds that unfortunately xenophobic prejudice is evidently rising on the part of some stakeholders and some British media against clubs and players and, in general, against people from Central and Eastern Europe: “The sad side of the whole matter is that Rangers are trying to cover up overtly aggressive play by their team. During the match itself, our goalkeeper Ondřej Kolář was gravely injured and sustained a frontal sinus fracture while our doctor was prevented to examine him on site even dozens of minutes after the final whistle. Not to mention that there were several other serious fouls against our players and a number of those have remained unpunished. Such behaviour does not belong in the prestigious UEFA Europa League.” 

Mr Tvrdík also stresses that Mr Kamara´s assault of Ondřej Kúdela after the match is likewise included in the subject-matter of the pending investigations despite Rangers being practically silent about this incident. In this regard, he mentions: “If someone is wondering what happened, the Rangers delegation claimed a wish to speak to Ondřej in order to clarify the alleged racial insult. The conversation was about to take place in the tunnel under the patronage and in the presence of the UEFA match delegation and the coaches of both teams. However, the cameras covering the meeting place were purposely covered and then Mr Kamara, with no warning and obviously having zero intention to have the suggested conversation, roughly assaulted Ondřej by punching him to the face. After trying to continue fighting he fled into the dressing room followed by Mr Gerrard without a single word of apology. It is a disgraceful incident.” 

Last but not least, Mr Tvrdík reminds the club’s firm commitment to fight racism, xenophobia and all forms of hatred as one of the pillars of Slavia football policy. He emphasizes: “Any form of racial discrimination is contrary to our values and principles and we shall never tolerate such conduct. We believe that all people must be free and equal with their rights and dignity. Slavia strictly abides by the policy against racism as detailed by the organization FARE” (Football Against Racism in Europe). 

In light of the foregoing, the club and the player Kúdela await the results of a proper and independent investigation of both incidents. We call for calm until then.

Honest to fuck this club is genuinely disgusting and will sink to any low.

Now according to them it's a "xenophobic prejudice against people from Central and Eastern Europe". Are they for real. Kamara gets abused and they are trying to portray it as some kind of bias against their player. 

They are now changing the story again. Last statement it was a meeting to dicuss keeper. Now it's meeting to dicuss the incident. And I see we are back to the claims cameras were covered when Kamara allegedly smacked a player. 

Honestly despise this club now. They deserve to be throwing out of Europa League. 

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2 hours ago, Dickie said:

If,as they claim kamara assaulted the racist fucker in front of eufa delegate then why are they releasing statements as they should just be confident to leave it up to eufa to handle it.

I hold back for uefas report but yes you’re bang on as if a physical assault did actually occur by GK then it will be in the report unless they’ve paid the delegate off but I hope the cctv is there for everything that occurred in the tunnel.

I can’t say it never happened as CG said the whole club where in the tunnel and seemingly angry but I’ll see how it plays out.

Kudela should be charged by uefa and Police Scotland as from what I’ve seen racial abuse did occur.

Should GK be charged, I don’t know tbh as there’s no more info to make a judgement on apart from salvias statements.

Roofe was dealt with and has nothing to do with anything but perhaps this is where a lot of the bad blood has started from especially after his red.

They were diving bastards at time and screamed every time they were tackled which was just play acting at most.

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