Uk news Rangers star Glen Kamara admits he should have walked off pitch after racism row PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The Ibrox star has revisited the night he was allegedly racially abused by Slavia Prague defender Kudela.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! If Glen Kamara could go back in time, the Rangers midfielder admits he'd walk off the pitch after his alleged racial abuse at the hands of Slavia Prague's Ondrej Kudela. The Ibrox star has revisited the Europa League row which now sees the Czech defender serving a provisional one-match suspension while UEFA investigates the incident. Kamara has said Kudela called him a "f*****g monkey" during the last 16 clash. Slavia then accused Kamara of assaulting their player after the match and he too could now face a ban. The Finland international revealed Rangers boss Steven Gerrard tried to get him off the pitch at the time, with the 25-year-old visibly distressed after Kudela whispered in his ear. Read More Related Articles Rangers 'reject' Zeljeznicar partnership as Bosnian giants see link-up plan fall through Read More Related Articles Rangers' under the radar rebuild that Steven Gerrard has already set in motion as title heroes face upgrade "If I could go back to the time of the game I would walk off the pitch, 100 per cent," Kamara told ITV. "The manager was actually trying to get me off the pitch. "But I was on my own on the pitch, I couldn't hear anybody, I was just... different emotions so I wasn't listening. "I had a lot of emotions going through my mind. "Angry, upset, I felt humiliated. All my family, friends, fans, whoever's watching.
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.. "I was taken back a lot. I felt like a little boy. It was a very weird feeling."
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Kamara admits he's baffled by Kudela being given the provisional suspension by European football's governing body. The 34-year-old centre-back was already left out of Slavia's squad for their Thursday clash with Arsenal in the last eight, after the club cited injury and illness for leaving him at home. Kamara insists there's enough evidence to dish out a stronger sanction and confessed he's once again been left feeling like a victim. He added: "There has to be a balance. In terms of him getting a one-game ban, I don't understand. "There's so much evidence in what has happened. "Hopefully they can come to a conclusion and really see what's really happened here. "I feel like a bit of a victim here again."
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