Uefa, the European football association, announced on Tuesday that it had banned Slavia Prague's Ondrej Kudela due to a racist outbreak in March, according to The Athletic online magazine.

In the final moments of the match between Glasgow Rangers and Slavia, Kudela said something to Glen Kamara.

Kamara said it was a racist insult, but Kudela denied guilty of racism.

Uefa took the case to an investigation and now it knocked Kudela out of a one-match ban in Eurocup matches.

At the same time, the organization announced that the case is still under investigation.

According to Slavia, Kamara behaved violently in the player tunnel after the match, and Uefa is also investigating this case.

Aamer Anwar, a lawyer for Kamara, a key player in the Finnish national football team, announced on Twitter that Uefan's punishment for Kudela is mainly a joke.

“If they really wanted to fight racism, they should have been banned from playing for at least a year,” Anwar wrote.

Slavia will play against Arsenal in the opening quarter-finals of the European League on Thursday, but Kudela is not on the team.

The Czech Society has previously announced that 34-year-old Kudela is injured and will not travel to London.