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Bulgarian soccer chief resigns after racist incidents at England match

By Reuters
16 October 2019   |   6:00 am
The president of the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) Borislav Mihaylov stepped down on Tuesday after the prime minister urged him to quit following racist abuse from Bulgarian fans towards black English players during their Euro 2020 qualifier.

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