Slavia Prague keeper appears to CONFIRM racist abuse aimed at Rangers star Glen Kamara in sensational voice recording

SLAVIA PRAGUE keeper Premysl Kovar appeared to confirm team mate Ondrej Kudela called Rangers star Glen Kamara a 'f***ing monkey' in a sensational voice recording.

Ibrox ace Kamara has demanded UEFA throw the book at the Czech international defender after the powderkeg Europa League Last second leg in Glasgow.

Slavia and Kudela himself have strenuously denied the racist allegations and the Czech club want to proceed with filing a criminal complaint.

But a bombshell voice recording left by Slavia back-up keeper Kovar, who was one of two keepers on the bench for the visitors, which was released into Czech social media may blow their claim out of the water.

Kovar said in the recording: "We were kept on the field for an hour because of 'Kudy.' He told the man he was a f***ing monkey."

After the recording was released, the goalkeeper went to great lengths to deny he'd confirmed his teammate used the racists abuse.

In a later statement, he said: "I made the recording about an hour and a quarter after the match.

"I found it absolutely incredible how Rangers treated us after the match. The only reason for the incredible situation, including the physical assault of my friend Ondrej Kudela, is the alleged claim of the player Glen Kamara that Kudela used the term that he's claimed.

"I didn't hear that from Ondrej personally and later on he denied it completely and I believe him. Those words are just false accusations on the part of the player.

"So my recording was only to describe the incredible situation."


And Slavia Prague were also forced to deny their own player had confirmed Kudela's alleged racist abuse.

General Secretary Michal Bycek said: "Premysl Kovar accurately described the situation on the pitch after the end of the match and the phrase that was alleged.

"The recording and its context preclude any other interpretation."

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