Peter Olayinka’s Slavia Prague are 90 minutes away from reaching the semi-final of the last four of the UEFA Europa League after holding Arsenal to a 1-1 draw last week at the Emirates.

Super Eagles forward Peter Olayinka has revealed that he won’t be too quick to condemn his Slavia Prague teammate, Ondrej Kudela, over his alleged racial comments.

Recall that Kudela was banned for 10 matches by Uefa after being found guilty of racist behaviour towards Rangers’ Glen Kamara at Ibrox in the Europa League last month.

Kudela’s ban rules him out of representative team competition matches, meaning he will miss Czech Republic games at the European Championship. Kamara’s ban covers only Uefa club competitions, leaving him eligible to represent Finland at the finals.

However, reacting to one of his followers on Instagram who attacked him for remaining in a club that is racist, Olayinka brilliantly stated that he can judge who is racist and that he still has three years contract with the club.

Olayinka, in his reply, wrote: “Ok, bro. But do you believe if they are racists, I will still be in the club for good three years?

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