Two footballers from Czech side Sparta Prague are being ordered to train with the women’s team after making sexist comments about a female match official.
Tomas Koubek, 24, the club’s goalkeeper, said he believed “women belong at the stove” and that they “should not officiate men’s football” after assistant referee Lucia Ratajova missed an offside decision.
Following Sparta’s 3-3 draw with Brno on Sunday, midfielder Lukas Vacha, 27, also tweeted a picture with a comment “to the stove.
Sparta Prague's Tomas Koubek apologises for saying "women belong at the stove" after a female official fails to flag a player offside.
Two Sparta Prague players are told to train with the women's team after making "unacceptable" comments about a female match official.
Lucie Ratajova By Benjamin Newman Tuesday, October 4th, 2016 19:22 An excellent punishment Hopefully this will be a good lesson for Tomas Koubek and Lukas Vacha. The two Sparta Prague players have been order to train with the club’s...
One of the Czech Republic’s biggest soccer clubs has ordered two of its men’s players to train with the club’s women’s side because they made sexist comments about a female referee after a recent match. Goalkeeper Tomas Koubek and m...