England: Gareth Southgate understands Bulgaria reaction to racism concerns

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By Phil McNulty Chief football writer in Prague

Tammy Abraham says England are prepared to walk off the pitch if they are targeted by racist abuse in their Euro 2020 qualifiers this week.Euro 2020 qualifier: Czech Republic v EnglandVenue: Sinobo Stadium, Prague Date: Friday 11 October Kick-off: 19:45 BSTCoverage: Commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live, live text commentary on BBC Sport website and appEngland manager Gareth Southgate says he understands the Bulgarian football authorities’ fury at suggestions racism could overshadow Monday’s Euro 2020 qualifier.Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham said on Wednesday England’s players would be prepared to walk off if they suffered similar abuse to that directed at them during March’s qualifier in Montenegro. Southgate, speaking in Prague before Friday’s meeting with the Czech Republic, has clarified they do have “faith” in Uefa’s three-step protocol – after England’s concerns prompted an angry reaction from BFU president Borislav Mihaylov.In a letter to Uefa, Mihaylov called England’s remarks “the unjust branding of local spectators as people inclined to discriminatory behaviour”.

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