Kamar’s lawyer criticized the roaring children, according to him there is a problem with racism in Prague
Updates: 09/30/2021 22:08
Released: 30.09.2021, 22:08
Prague – Glen Kamara’s lawyer Aamer Anwar criticized the fact that the children’s visitors of today’s European League match at Sparta Stadium roared every time Rangers midfielder touched the ball. According to Anwar, the children were buzzing at all the dark-skinned footballers of the Scottish team, and Prague has a problem with racism.
Sparta closed the stadium for today’s duel due to the racist behavior of some of the friends towards Monaco midfielder Aurélien Tchouaméni in the August match of the Champions League preliminary round. Thanks to an exception, 10,879 children aged six to 14 could come to the stadium with an escort. Sparta won the match 1-0, the duel Kamara did not finish after two yellow cards.
Already during the match, the Scottish media noticed that every contact of the Finnish representative with the ball caused a humming from the auditorium. Kamara, whose family comes from Sierra Leone, accused Slavia defender Ondřej Kúdela of racism in the spring round of the European League, and UEFA punished the Czech national team for 10 matches, including the European Championship. Kamar, who recently attacked after a match in Glasgow inside the Kúdel Stadium, stopped the disciplinary commission from three matches.
“When I heard about the closure of Sparta Prague, I hoped that Glen and other black players would not face insults and racism and would simply be able to play football,” Anwar said in a statement quoted by The Athletic shortly after the match.
“Even though their fans were banned, it was not valid that the stadium was filled with ten thousand schoolchildren. Many of these kids roared every time they touch the ball of Glen and all the other black Rangers. Today, he has once again shown that Prague has a serious problem with racism and, as usual, UEFA is not responding, “still a Scottish lawyer and activist.”
“Glen and Rangers can level up, but no player should face this at work and at European level,” said Anwar, who had previously warned Scottish fans of the way to the match because he said they were in danger from the Slavs ultras in Prague. Sparty.