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'Football did the talking' Ben Chilwell offers message on England's response to racist abuse in Bulgaria win

Leicester Mercury Tuesday, 15 October 2019
'Football did the talking' Ben Chilwell offers message on England's response to racist abuse in Bulgaria winBulgaria 0-6 England | Leicester City's Ben Chilwell was part of the England team that thrashed Bulgaria as racist chanting overshadowed the win for Gareth Southgate's side.
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News video: England's football team 'superb ambassadors'

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"I got it totally wrong" - Nick Ferrari says his view of the England football team was totally wrong and, after the way they handled the racist abuse they received in Bulgaria, says they are "superb ambassadors".

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