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UEFA president wants 'war on racists' after Bulgaria abuse

Gareth Southgate discussed the racist abuse by fans during England's 6-0 victory in Bulgaria.
Shaka Hislop praises how players and officials dealt with racist incidents during England's win over Bulgaria.
England score six vs. Bulgaria in a game that was paused due to racist chants. Watch more qualifying on ESPN+.

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has urged governments to escalate the "war on the racists" to help football authorities eliminate it from stadiums after England players faced abuse in Bulgaria.

In a statement to The Associated Press on Tuesday, Ceferin blamed a rise in nationalism across Europe for fuelling racism at matches and said UEFA was committed to imposing strong punishments.

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Bulgarian FA chief Borislav Mihaylov resigns in England racism row

Shaka Hislop praises how players and officials dealt with racist incidents during England's win over Bulgaria.

Bulgarian Football Union's (BFU) president Borislav Mihaylov has resigned following racist abuse and monkey chants from Bulgaria fans towards England players during their Euro 2020 qualifier.

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov had called for former goalkeeper Mihaylov to step down after the match, won 6-0 by England, was temporarily halted by the referee to tackle abuse from the crowd under a three-step protocol by European soccer governing body UEFA.

BFU spokesman Hristo Zapryanov earlier said...