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England players suffer racist abuse in Bulgaria

Racist chanting was discovered in Sofia on Monday night, with the game. England captain Harry Kane spoke after 25 minutes of the first half to the Army, according to a part of UEFAs three-step protocol. The referee to suspend the game would be led by the next step and the third would be to leave the game. The game has been stopped for a PA announcement before play resumed. But following the abuse lasted, England boss Gareth Southgate talked to the and the game was temporarily halted for a second time. To the house fans, Bulgaria captain Ivelin Popov spoke during the span in an effort to stop the misuse. The game is being played at a partly closed Vasil Levski National Stadium later UEFA imposed sanctions following incidents during the matches against Kosovo and the Czech Republic in June of Bulgaria. 5,000 of those 46,340 seats had to be left vacant, following month, that number is going to soon likely be reduced to the match against Czech Republic. Banners bearing the words Equal Game have been shown across the empty chairs in the stadium, but specific parts of the floor have not followed that belief. Bulgaria were fined 40,000 Euros in 2011 after enthusiasts abused Ashley Young, Ashley Cole and Theo Walcott throughout a Euro 2012 qualifier. Read more: stu feiner

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