Slavia Prague have apologised to Rangers’s Glen Kamara after Ondrej Kudela was banned for TEN games over racial abuse.

The Czech outfit had denied furiously their player and claimed he had not racially abused the Gers midfielder.

However after UEFA suspended the defender for 10 games, the club chairman issued a statement saying sorry to Kamara over the abuse.

He said: "Ondřej was suspended for 10 UEFA games and as a club we respect the decision.

"In any case, Ondřej Kúdela should not have approached the opposition player.

“I deeply regret that and apologise to Glen Kamara for a situation that has clearly caused distress to him and his teammates, as well as everyone associated with Slavia and Rangers.

"I am taking positive steps to prevent such a situation from happening in our club ever again.”

The club also confirmed they would be working with anti-racism organisations to further improve their own stance against the discrimination.

“We want to learn even more from this situation, and we are open to cooperation with major anti-racism British organisations on workshops and setting up even more robust internal club rules.

"It is a way for us to organise a broader dialogue that should result in mutual understanding between people in Czechia as well as the UK.

"This would benefit all players, fans, and citizens."