Slavia Prague defender Ondrej Kudela has been handed a 10 match ban for allegedly racially abusing Glen Kamara.

The Rangers midfielder claims Kudela branded him a "f***ing monkey" during their Europa League clash at Ibrox in March.

UEFA had initially handed out a one match ban but it has now been upgraded significantly.

Kudela could be seen walking up to Kamara during his side's 2-0 win in Glasgow, cupping his hands to the Gers man's ear and saying something, which sparked a furious reaction.

The Czech outfit deny their player said anything racist and say Kamara punched his opponent in the tunnel after the game.

Kamara has also been handed three games out after his charge was upheld.

Police Scotland, meanwhile, revealed they were investigating both claims but, as yet, no arrests have been made.

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