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Bulgaria racist abuse: England wanted to make home fans 'suffer' - Henderson

BBC News Tuesday, 15 October 2019
England players wanted to thrash Bulgaria to make their fans "suffer" for their racist abuse, says midfielder Jordan Henderson.
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"Probably one of the most appalling nights I have seen in football" - English FA chairman Clarke 02:23

English FA chairman Greg Clarke says UEFA will be carrying out a full investigation into racist abuse directed at England players during their Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria.

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