Slavia Prague refuse to take the knee and STAND instead before Europa League clash with Arsenal as the Czech side await outcome of investigation in Ondrej Kudela’s alleged racism towards Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara
- Arsenal hosted Slavia Prague in the Europa League quarter-final on Thursday
- The sides were split on taking the knee at kick-off, as the visitors stayed standing
- The Czech side were missing Ondrej Kudela, who was banned provisionally
- Kudela is alleged to have racially abused Rangers’ Glen Kamara in the last round
The Czech side are at the centre of an ongoing investigation into centre-back Ondrej Kudela, who is alleged to have racially abused Rangers‘ Glen Kamara in their last-16 clash.
Arsenal’s players continued to take the knee, as the sides were split on the gesture.
Slavia Prague and Arsenal were split on taking the knee on Thursday in the Europa League