Rangers’ lawyer Glen Kamara warns fans of the Glasgow club against a trip to Prague for a European League match against Sparta. According to Aamer Anwar, they could endanger their lives in the Czech capital.
“I am afraid for the safety of others who travel to Prague – players and fans,” Anwar told the British tabloid Daily Record. He thinks Rangers supporters are in danger from violent ultras, who he says belong to the Sparta and Slavia camps.
“It will be dangerous for players and fans. I think it’s really risky. I would be afraid of fans who would go without tickets. It’s not worth risking on your own. A nice trip could turn into a tragedy,” says Anwar. “I suspect those ultras would be looking for Rangers fans who wouldn’t stand a chance. The best they can do is stay safe at home.”
A Scottish lawyer and activist of Pakistani descent represented Kamara, who accused the glory of Andrew Kudela of racist insult in the March retaliation of the eighth finals of the European League. Although Kúdela denied racism, he was banned from UEFA in ten matches, for which he lost the European Championship. The dark-skinned Finnish midfielder, who regularly attacked Kudela in the bowels of Glasgow Stadium after the meeting, stopped the disciplinary commission’s activities for three matches. Kamara faced threats after a heated match on social networks.
“We have witnessed the threat of death. Authorities that must act really hard. I would like to see a very strong UEFA statement warning of the consequences of further difficulties,” Anwar said.
The head of Slavia, Jaroslav Tvrdík, commented on his statements. “The absolute loss of justice of the lawyer. Or are his statements an example of the new Scottish culture? UEFA should really warn, but against Rangers fans,” Tvrdík wrote on twitter and attached a photo with the Olympique Lyon bus, which received the Scottish club spray-painted before Thursday’s European League match. in Glasgow (0: 2).