GLEN Kamara's solicitor has slammed football chiefs over action taken against the Rangers star and a Slavia Prague player embroiled in a racism row. 

Aamer Anwar issued a statement on behalf of his client calling for Uefa to punish Ongrej Kudela "robustly" for allegedly racially abusing the Ibrox star. 

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Glasgow Times:

Police are investigating both Kamara's allegations of racial abuse and Kudela's complaint he was assaulted at Ibrox last month. 

We told earlier today how football's governing body had opened disciplinary proceedings against both players over the explosive row at Ibrox. 

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Glasgow Times:

Mr Anwar said: "Uefa has carried out an initial investigation which makes damning reading about Kudela’s conduct.

"This initial one-match ban does little to instil confidence in Uefa being serious about stamping out racism in football and they must take robust action going forward. The defence put forward by Slavia Prague can only be described as incredible or fantasy."

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Glasgow Times:

He added that the ban would serve to mean Kudela would not face charges from Police Scotland as he will miss an upcoming match against Arsenal on Thursday. 

"I understand that Police Scotland have a sufficiency of evidence to proceed with charges against Kudela, without the need to speak to him," said Mr Anwar. 

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He added: "A one-match ban will make no difference whatsoever to Kudela or Slavia Prague, who were already claiming he was too ill to travel to Arsenal.

"A one-game suspension smacks of ‘tokenism’ and gives little confidence to black players who face such vile abuse. The overwhelming evidence against Kudela means UEFA must take immediate action to punish him robustly for the crime he is accused of."

Uefa, Slavia Prague and Police Scotland have been approached for comment.