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Bulgaria v England: Police arrest four following racist abuse at Euro qualifier

BBC News Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Four Bulgarian football fans suspected of subjecting black England players to racist abuse are detained following police raids.
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Gareth Southgate and Harry Kane vowed to bounce back from England's shock defeat to the Czech Republic by getting their Euro 2020 qualification campaign back on track in Bulgaria. After 43 unbeaten matches stretching across a 10-year period, the Three Lions finally lost a European or World Cup...

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