SOFIA, Aug 20 (Reuters) – Basile de Carvalho is considering
his destiny during Bulgaria’s Levski Sofia after a Guinea Bissau
striker was racially abused by home fans and stewards after a
league compare opposite Botev Plovdiv on Sunday.
The 30-year-old was instrumental in a side’s 3-1 victory
but was targeted by a territory of Levski fans, who directed
racial chants, done monkey noises and threw a banana during him
after a diversion during a Georgi Asparuhov stadium.
The striker and his group friends were on a path of honour when
De Carvalho reacted angrily to a secular abuse, sparking a
melee in that one valet attempted to conflict a actor before
police easy order.
De Carvalho, who assimilated Levski from Lokomotiv Plovdiv in the
off-season, refused to speak to reporters following a incident.
Levski were not accessible to criticism though internal media
reported that a striker told several group friends he would
consider withdrawal a 26-times Bulgarian champions.
The Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) have stepped adult efforts
to discharge injustice though several nauseous incidents in a Balkan
country over a final few years have checked their progress.
In 2005, CSKA Sofia supporters were listened aiming monkey
noises during Liverpool’s French striker Djibril Cisse during a
Champions League match.
Last year, a English FA complained of extremist chanting
during England’s 3-0 win in a Euro 2012 qualifier during a Vasil
Levski track with Europe’s ruling physique UEFA commanding a
40,000 euros ($49,200) excellent on a BFU for a incident.
The second weekend of a Bulgarian joining deteriorate also
attracted disastrous courtesy when Minyor Pernik fans physically
assaulted Lokomotiv Sofia’s arch executive Georgi Markov on
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(Reporting by Angel Krasimirov; Editing by John O’Brien)R Soft Web Hosting