Following Slavia Prague player Ondřej Kúdela’s alleged racist comment towards a black player from the Scottish Rangers team, lawyers have now mobilized with the intent of kicking the Czech team out of the UEFA league. Aamer Anwar, the lawyer representing Glen Kamara who accuses Kúdela of calling him a “f*cking monkey” during a scuffle on the field, wants Slavia Prague to be banned from UEFA for at least 2 years. In an interview with Talksport, Anwar notes that Slavia Prague officials were forced to condemn their fans for posting a photo of themselves holding a banner that deployed racist and derogatory comments towards Kamara, but that it wasn’t enough to merely condemn it. “Glen wants action to be taken and
Czechs are loyal fans of ice hockey. Most of the citizens are familiar with many hockey players, but perhaps, the most famous and well-known one is Jaromír Jágr. He succeeded in the Czech local league and the National Hockey League (NHL) throughout his career. Jágr’s passion for hockey started pretty early. When he was three years old, he showed considerable interest in skating. In one of his interviews, he admitted that he does 1,000 squats daily from the age of seven. When he turned 15, he already played in the highest level of competition in Czechoslovakia for HC Kladno. Two years later, Jágr became the youngest player in Czechoslovakia’s national team. Fun fact: 68 is the number he was wearing
The COVOD19 impact on bars and restaurants is perhaps obvious, but how do you manage the impact on an American Football team during lockdown? Well, who better then to tell us than Zach Harrod of the Prague Lions. Our Kenny joins Zach on a Zoom call to see how he has tackled the situation. Follow the Lions as the deal with COVID19: Facebook Instagram Website Follow CitySpyTV for more videos on life in Prague and beyond CitySpyTV on YouTube PragueLife! content No related posts.