Sparta Prague players made to train with women’s team after sexist remarks made to female official

Sparta Prague players made to train with women’s team after sexist remarks made to female official
 

Two Sparta Prague players have been made to train with the club’s women’s team after aiming sexist abuse at female match official Lucie Ratajova in a recent game.
Goalkeeper Tomas Koubek is said to have told Ratajova that women ‘belong at the stove’ and ‘should not officiate men’s football’ after disagreeing with a decision made in a 3-3 draw with Brno.
Sparta’s opponents scored a controversial injury time equaliser, which also led midfielder Lukas Vacha, who wasn’t even playing at the time, to refer to Ratajova as ‘the cooker’.
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5 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 28
Source: Metro
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