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The sad state of affairs is that this game is in all likelihood getting called off before the hour mark!

 

But just watch the Bulgarian FA blame us for “stoking up” the atmosphere before the game saying that we might walk off.

 

i mean it’s not because their football fans are a bunch of horrible racist cunts and this match is been played under sanctions.... is it??

 

just fear for the fans who’ve gone out there cos there’s gunna be shit in the streets as soon as this game is done

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1 minute ago, dandyman said:

 

just fear for the fans who’ve gone out there cos there’s gunna be shit in the streets as soon as this game is done

Why would a racist Bulgarian tangle with a white England supporter?

Just now, moof said:

The far right are permeating our entire global society with their stench. Time to get fucking serious guys 

As above -- are England viewed to be far left? Otherwise what is the issue - they just don't like you?

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1 minute ago, TheHowieLama said:

 

As above -- are England viewed to be far left? Otherwise what is the issue - they just don't like you?

What?

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1 minute ago, TheHowieLama said:

Why would a racist Bulgarian tangle with a white England supporter?

 

Shithouses with hoodies on in crowds, of course they would. 

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1 minute ago, TheHowieLama said:

Why would a racist Bulgarian tangle with a white England supporter singing about how many world wars they have won ?

 

fixed

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7 minutes ago, moof said:

What do people think is the best course of action? Keep playing and embarrass them on the pitch? Walk off and have the game abandoned? Kick Bulgaria out of the competition? 

 

I dont know but but they need to try and get this under control. It’s quite clearly a problem that is going to keep escalating 

I'd ban any country that has large number of fans chanting racist abuse (to the point where it's clearly audible on telly, rather than one cunt at a corner shouting at a player, for example). Ban them until the next competition. Do it again, ban them for two competitions.

 

 

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1 minute ago, Jairzinho said:

I'd ban any country that has large number of fans chanting racist abuse (to the point where it's clearly audible on telly, rather than one cunt at a corner shouting at a player, for example). Ban them until the next competition. Do it again, ban them for two competitions.

 

 

I completely agree

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1 minute ago, moof said:

Seriously, what in the fuck

 

1 minute ago, φαίνω said:

Shithouses with hoodies on in crowds, of course they would. 

 

Just now, magicrat said:

fixed

So it is racism - or they don't like England?

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Just now, TheHowieLama said:

 

 

So it is racism - or they don't like England?

Genuinely have no idea what you’re going on about mate

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Just now, moof said:

Genuinely have no idea what you’re going on about mate

Watch the game, read the thread mate -- seems to be a little more than just black and white going on. You yourself mentioned politics.

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3 minutes ago, Tj hooker said:

If this racist shit carries on then surely the next course of action is a ban for the Bulgarian national team from future UEFA competitions 

 

They're already guaranteed a play-off to qualify for the Euros because of their results in that Nations League shite. I guess that’s what happens when you expand the group stage to 128 teams. 

 

This didn't age well...

 

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/oct/13/krasimir-balakov-bulgaria-gareth-southgate-england-euro-2020-qualifier?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

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10 minutes ago, Creator Supreme said:

If they do manage to finish the game it's going to be about 7 or 8 nil anyway, Bulgaria's team are nearly as shite as their fans, those little twats in the black hoodies need fucking in the head! Scummy fucking rats!

It was obvious they were some sort of ‘gang’ all dressed the same. Wonder if they were asked to leave?

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You can guarantee that tomorrow's front pages of the likes of the S*n, Daily Heil and Daily Racist Express will be screaming their abhorrence over what has gone down tonight, alongside their usual headlines displaying the very same attitudes they are slagging the Bulgarians for.

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Just now, Trumo said:

You can guarantee that tomorrow's front pages of the likes of the S*n, Daily Heil and Daily Racist Express will be screaming their abhorrence over what has gone down tonight, alongside their usual headlines displaying the very same attitudes they are slagging the Bulgarians for.

All of above whist praising the Tories for trying to repatriate EU citizens and blowing their Brexit dog whistles

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1 minute ago, φαίνω said:

Ah fucking hell the threads turned into the GF. 

With the best will in world tonight will not be remembered for the football

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