Bulgarian FA boss slams England again over voicing racism concerns

The FA president also has repeatedly slammed England again for expressing concerns.
Borislav Mihaylov, that wrote to UEFA last month later England manager Gareth Southgate raised fears in Sofia, has delivered the following open letter to secretary Theodore Theodoridis along with other officials.
He claims remarks by England players such as Tammy Abraham – which England are ready to stage a walk-off if exposed to racist chanting – are an affront to Bulgarias attempts to attack the problem.
His correspondence comes as FARE – Soccer in Europe – will deliver anti-racismspotters because they possess the fixture as insecure for behaviour.
The Group A match has been played behind closed doors following UEFA penalized Bulgaria for fans racism this year, during matches against Kosovo and Czech Republic.
However, Mihaylov said:We at the Bulgarian Football Union feel this fixation on potential events… does not do justice to the Bulgarian supporters, the general populace as well as the intense efforts and measures the BFU has taken so as to ensure a fair and safe environment for that which we feel to be a genuine footballing spectacle.
Additionally, we think that such behavior is totally out based on the UEFA #FootballPeople months, a noble cause that the Bulgarian national team along with the BFU have taken an active part in.
Although we are conscious of the recent troubles with racist behaviour in most tiers of English club soccer as well as Englands ongoing battle with hooliganism, and although we truly redesign the FAs initiative to the British fans to report trouble within the seeing crowd, were extremely shocked whatsoever efforts to involve and even mark out the Bulgarian audiences as potential troublemakers.
The Bulgarian public has no way committed any recent infringements that deserve it to be viewed asracist or evenaggressive – and I am certain that you will concur that these accusations are not just unjust but are continuous efforts to disrupt the atmosphere prior to a very much anticipated match of football.
I, as president of the Bulgarian Football Union, cannot allow for such derogatory claims to keep being dispersed in the media and I strongly suggest that the UEFA administration take measures contrary to the build-up of unnecessary strain in the weeks devoted to equality as well as the celebration of football.

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