Rangers legend, Kris Boyd, has told UEFA that a heavy fine will not be enough and called 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.
Goals from Peter Olayinka and Nicolae Stanciu helped secure Slavia’s passage to the last eight of the competition, where they have been drawn to face Arsenal.
After the game, Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara accused Ondrej Kudela of “vile racist abuse” and issued a statement through his lawyer on Friday night.
Boyd has now implored UEFA to take unprecedented action.
He told Sky Sports: “I think the fines and everything is not good enough or strong enough. They need to take the strongest stance possible and for me, that would be to kick Slavia Prague out of the competition.
“I’m not saying that with a Rangers head-on and get Rangers back in. The best team won over the two ties, kick them out and give Arsenal a bye into the semi-final.”