Ondrej Kúdela was suspended by UEFA for ten games on Wednesday because he was guilty of racism in a Europa League match against Rangers.

The defender of Slavia Prague will miss next summer's European Championship due to his penalty.

UEFA investigations have revealed that Kúdela is guilty of racism towards Glen Kamara.

That player of Rangers himself gets a suspension of three duels, because he physically attacked Kúdela.

The incidents took place during the Europa League game between the two teams on March 18.

Slavia won 0-2 in Glasgow, after two players of the Scottish team had received a red card.

At the end of the match, Kúdela said something in Kamara's ear with his hand over his mouth.

The Finn with Sierra Leoneian roots then became enraged and accused his opponent of racism.

Kúdela (34) has already served one match suspension pending the verdict.

The eight-time international of the Czech Republic also misses the European Football Championship due to his penalty.

Slavia Prague will take on Arsenal without Kúdela on Thursday in the quarter-finals of the Europa League.

The first leg in London ended in a 1-1 draw.