Gerald Asamoah "shocked" by racism scandal in European Championship qualification

U23 team manager Gerald Asamoah from FC Schalke 04 has the racist incidents in the European Championship qualifier between Bulgaria and England

"I'm shocked, angry, sad," Asamoah wrote on social media. "I'm so tired of this shit, the incidents show once again that we need to continue fighting against racism – in football, everywhere, every day."


The match in Sofia was on the verge of breaking down twice, as some Bulgarian spectators were adversely affected by racist shouts and the stadium announcer had several times to demand their own supporters to be modest.

The Croatian referee Ivan Bebek had a clear victory Signal given. Ivelin Popov, the Bulgarian captain, then tried to bring his own fans to Raison.

The Nazi salute in the stands was repeatedly shown by local spectators.

England's debutant Tyrone Mings repeatedly complained to the referee that his team-mate Raheem Steerling was involved in his international debut Monkey lutes was discredited by the tribune.

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