PROMINENT Slavia Prague fan clubs have distanced themselves from a group that displayed a racist banner directed at Glen Kamara and "the police are looking for the culprits".

An image of the banner was published by anonymous authors last Friday, said to be "a group of unknown ultras". Slavia Prague issued a complaint to the police in relation to the sign which read: "Kamara - just a ******".

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The incident occurred after Kamara accused Slavia defender Ondrej Kudela of racially abusing him in Rangers’ clash with the Czech outfit last week.

A report issued on the Slavia Prague website added: “Prominent Slavia fanclubs have moved to distance themselves from a picture that appears to show a racist message directed at Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara.”


“The image was published by anonymous authors on social media in response to Thursday incidents related to the second leg of the Europa League Round of 16 in Glasgow. Following a criminal complaint filed by Slavia, Prague Police are looking for the offenders.”

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Slavia's largest fan group, The North Stand, said: "The North Stand distances itself from the sign. It was not published on official accounts of The North Stand and as such we bear no responsibility. We have no power over the actions of individuals presented on social media, just like other Slavia fan groups."

Previously, the president of Slavia Prague, Jaroslav Tvrdík, said he was 'ashamed' of the group who shared a sickening racist banner aimed at Kamara.

"I am terribly ashamed of the content of the photo published by some radical fans," he wrote.