ROME – Bulgaria-England has been suspended twice for the racist choirs of home fans to black English players. The match ended 6-0 for England but some Ultras Bulgarians distinguished themselves in negative with Roman greetings and T-shirts in which the writing of UEFA "Respect" had been transformed into "No respect".
At the half-hour of the second half, the Croatian referee Ivan Bebek spoke with the players of the two teams, the loudspeakers spread the warning that they risked the definitive interruption of the match. So the Bulgarian captain Ivelin Popov went to talk to the most agitated fans to calm the spirits, allowing them to reach the end of the race.
Among the Bulgarian fans of the racist choirs and of the Roman greetings, one was framed with a Lazio shirt. In fact, the twinning between the Biancoceleste north curve and that of Levski Sofia is historic.
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