A report has been sent to the procurator fiscal following enquiries into alleged racial abuse towards Glen Kamara.

Police Scotland confirmed today that they have reported Slavia Prague's Ondrej Kudela.

The Rangers midfielder alleged that Kudela called him a "f****** monkey" at the Ibrox side's match against Slavia Prague on March 18. 

The force also confirmed they have reported Glen Kamara for an assault towards the Czech at the match.

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The move comes after Kudela was handed a ten-match-ban by UEFA on Wednesday while Kamara was banned for three matches for his retaliation towards the Czech defender. 

Kamara's lawyer Aamer Anwar released a statement this afternoon, welcoming the move. 

It said: “Today Police Scotland confirmed that a case against Ondrej Kudela was submitted to the Procurator Fiscal (Scotland’s equivalent of the CPS) for consideration, relating to a match played between Rangers FC and Slavia Prague on March18.

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"The police believe they have sufficiency of evidence for a criminal charge of  ‘racially aggravated conduct’ by Kudela, towards Glen Kamara.

"Such a charge would normally be prosecuted under Section 50A(1)(b) of the Criminal Procedure Scotland Act 1995, and if Mr Kudela was found guilty of an offence under this section on summary conviction, he could be sentenced to imprisonment for a period not exceeding 6 months, or fined a sum not exceeding the statutory maximum, or indeed both such punishments could be imposed.

"Glen Kamara has also been reported over an allegation of assault in the aftermath of his being racially abused by Ondrej Kudela.

"It is disappointing that to date Mr Kudela has failed to co-operate with Police Scotland, has not attended any police interviews, and has failed to provide a full statement to Police Scotland.

"We would strongly urge Mr Kudela to co-operate with officers carrying out their investigations into his alleged criminal conduct.

"Conversely, Glen Kamara has fully co-operated with Police Scotland and provided a statement to officers at my offices on Friday 9th April.

"Yesterday UEFA found Ondrej Kudela guilty of the charge of racist behaviour. Whilst there was disappointment with the bare minimum 10 game ban which was imposed upon Kudela, Glen felt vindicated by UEFA’s judgement, and hopes that real lessons are learned, not just by Kudela, but also by his club Slavia Prague and their fans.

"Glen also hopes that, if Slavia Prague are genuine in wishing to eradicate racism, then they will take all appropriate steps to publicly call out the racist abuse that he is still being subjected to by some of their fans.

"Glen wants to thank the Rangers fans, but also the wider football community, for the overwhelming support they have given him."

HeraldScotland: Aamer Anwar photographed at his offices in Calton Place. photograph: Martin Shields

A Police Scotland spokesman said: "A report has been sent to the Procurator Fiscal following enquiries into alleged racial abuse and a reported assault at the match between Rangers and Slavia Prague at Ibrox on Thursday March 18, 2021."