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Europa League: UEFA told to kick Slavia Prague out, hand Arsenal semi-finals

Rangers legend, Kris Boyd, has advised UEFA {that a} heavy fantastic is not going to be sufficient and known as for Slavia Prague to be kicked out of the Europa League.

This follows the disgraceful scenes and allegations of racism, which overshadowed their victory at Ibrox on Thursday.

Targets from Peter Olayinka and Nicolae Stanciu helped safe Slavia’s passage to the final eight of the competitors, the place they’ve been drawn to face Arsenal.

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After the sport, Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara accused Ondrej Kudela of “vile racist abuse” and issued an announcement by means of his lawyer on Friday evening.

Boyd has now implored UEFA to take unprecedented motion.

He advised Sky Sports activities: “I feel the fines and every little thing isn’t adequate or robust sufficient. They should take the strongest stance doable and for me, that will be to kick Slavia Prague out of the competitors.

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“I’m not saying that with a Rangers head-on and get Rangers again in. The very best group received over the 2 ties, kick them out and provides Arsenal a bye into the semi-final.”

Europa League: UEFA advised to kick Slavia Prague out, hand Arsenal semi-finals

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