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England to reconsider walk-off in face of racism in Bulgaria

England’s players will discuss whether they should walk off the pitch in protest when playing Bulgaria following month, Sky Sports News has learned, if they confront racist abuse.
UEFA has penalized bulgaria after their fans were found guilty of racist behaviour in their matches.
Because of this, the European Qualifier in Sofia on October 14 of England will probably be performed facing a crowd that is reduced, but preparations are being made by the FA and British authorities in case similar abuse occurs during that game.
The England squad had special discussions with Gareth Southgate and the FA before summer’s World Cup about how they would respond to abuse in the championship in Russia, together with all the overwhelming consensus amongst the players at the point being to stay on the pitch, also make formal complaints after the match.
With incidents of racism from online and the sport having occurred frequently since that time, Southgate is keen to estimate whether of walking off the pitch in protest, their feelings have now already been altered.
A meeting will be held in St George’s Park when the squad convenes next month, so that the staff and players are 100 percent clear on how they wish to respond as a group.
Following a steward heard alleged abuse being directed by him in Raheem Sterling, A fan in the Bulgaria finish at Wembley on Saturday was ejected in the scene.
Danny Rose, both Sterling and Callum Hudson-Odoi were subjected to racist chanting when England played in March, after which Montenegro were arranged to play their home match.
Meanwhile, the Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford, Romelu Lukaku and Kurt Zouma have confronted racist abuse either on line or in the racks during this season’s opening weeks.

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