27 Nov Bulgaria police arrest five more fans over racist abuse of England players
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Police in Bulgaria have arrested a further five fans of exposing England players during a Euro 2020 qualifier in Sofia on Monday to abuse suspected.
Bulgarian governments have identified 16 supposes and made 12 arrests.
Four supporters received bans and fines along with another four remain under investigation.
England won the game, which has been discontinued 6-0 of in the first half.
The initial four lovers to be penalized for itsindecent acts which included racist chanting and brandishing the Nazi salute were dealt with by Bulgarian police – rather than the nations courts – under Bulgarias legislation for thedefense of public order through sports events.
Bulgarian police made six arrests, with a seventh following later on Wednesday. Of this group the Bulgaria Ministry of Interior told BBC Sport.
Borislav Mikhailov, president of Bulgarias soccer association, resigned Tuesday.
Bulgaria manager Krasimir Balakov stated following the match hedid not hear any chanting but later submitted an announcement on Facebook admitting the episodes.
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