Zungu reveals EXACTLY what Kudela said to Kamara

Zungu reveals EXACTLY what Kudela said to Kamara
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stuart Wallace/BPI/Shutterstock 11804817dv Glen Kamara and Bongani Zungu of Rangers confront Ondrej Kudela of SK Slavia Prague after alleged racist remarks at the Rangers players Rangers v Slavia Prague, UEFA Europa League, Round Of 16, Second Leg, Football, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow, UK - 18 Mar 2021

That’s the big mystery, at least it was. What exactly did Ondřej Kúdela say to Glen Kamara to provoke such an explosive reaction from the Finnish international?

Well, according to Bongani Zungu, Kudela’s slur was clear – he reported to the ref that the Czech star called Glen Kamara ‘you f*cking monkey’.

There was no denying what the South African relayed the insult as being, and if anyone had any doubt about the integrity of all this, why on earth would Kamara react with such fury to ‘you f*cking guy’.

It’s just a disgrace.

It’s a complete shambles, and UEFA are under serious pressure to expel Praha from the UEL as a result.

Rangers have written a formal complaint to Europe’s governing body, and we just can’t see any reason for Kamara, or indeed Zungu, to lie about this.

We’d already lost, we knew we’d been beaten by the better team, so why create a fictional storm about racism?

Because it’s not fictional.

Deeply disturbing.

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  1. Slightly off topic and perhaps missed given all the more important stuff that’s going on but I felt I couldn’t let some of these comments pass:
    1. Steven Craigan during commentary on BT said when a Slavia player was down injured that he just hoped Morelos hadn’t stood on him. That was a disgraceful comment which went unchallenged. Would he, while commentating on Leigh Griffiths, say that he hoped the defender didn’t get pregnant?
    2. BBC Scotland match report on 6:30 news tonight said that Rangers “lost their discipline”. I’d like to know in what way we lost our discipline. The Roofe challenge was horrendous and deserved the red card but he was going for the ball and there was no malice or indiscipline in the challenge. Balogun’s first yellow card was fairly tame and a bit dubious while his second was trying to recover a poor touch and again carried no malice. Again no complaints about the red card. As for the BIG incident I don’t think we could be accused of anything there. If anything, part of me wishes we had shown a bit of indiscipline and thumped the guy and walked off the pitch.
    3. And perhaps the most worrying. Peter Lovenkrands of all people says that Roofe had time to get to the ball and pull his foot away. That is effectively saying that he meant to do it. Poor stuff.

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