Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has called for stronger punishments and greater education to combat the seemingly growing number of racist incidents at football matches.
England manager Gareth Southgate hopes a line can now be drawn under last month’s racism in Sofia so his players can focus on football matters again.
England boss Gareth Southgate believes sanctions for racism must become more severe.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is confident Son Heung-min will be ready to play in the Champions League against Red Star Belgrade.
QPR chief executive Lee Hoos has accused FIFA and UEFA of being “incapable of governing” over their failure to issue an adequate response to allegations of racism.
Gary Neville believes it will take a team to walk off the pitch for a sea change to happen in the fight against racism, and believes England’s players are brave enough to do it.
UEFA has “missed an opportunity” to get tough on racism after it ordered Bulgaria to play their next home qualifier behind closed doors over the racist behaviour of their fans during the Euro 2020 match against England.
Bulgaria have been ordered to play their next competitive home game behind closed doors with a further match suspended for two years following the racist behaviour of their fans during the Euro 2020 qualifier against England on October 14.
Bulgaria will discover their fate on Monday over a charge of racist behaviour by their supporters during the Euro 2020 qualifier against England on October 14.
Stadium closures as a punishment for racist behaviour are “a nonsense”, according to the chief executive of Show Racism The Red Card.
Manchester United players have discussed UEFA’s racism protocol ahead of the trip to Partizan Belgrade – but Harry Maguire is hopeful there will be no repeat of the “sickening” abuse endured in Bulgaria.
Krasimir Balakov has quit as Bulgaria coach in the wake of the 6-0 Euro 2020 qualifying defeat to England which was marred by racist abuse.
Bulgaria national coach Krasimir Balakov has resigned, according to reports.
Five more men have been arrested over the racist behaviour which marred England’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has confidence in UEFA to deal with the racism experienced in Bulgaria at the start of the week.
Wales captain Ashley Williams says he would lead his team-mates off the pitch if they were subjected to the same racist abuse as England were in Bulgaria.
Bulgarian authorities have identified 15 people and made six arrests so far in relation to the racist abuse of England players on Monday night.
Four men have been detained by Bulgarian police in relation to the racist abuse of England players on Monday night.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants to see worldwide life bans imposed on fans found guilty of racist abuse.
Jordan Henderson revealed England’s players were driven by the motivation to make Bulgaria supporters “suffer” for the racist abuse they doled out to the Three Lions on Monday night.