Rob Dorsett explains what it was like to be in and around the Podgorica City Stadium when England’s players were racially abused. Rob was in Podgorica covering the game for Sky Sports News and spoke to a number of England players, plus Gareth Southgate, after full-time. Here’s his take on events…While I was in the stadium, I didn’t hear anything, to lay that out straight away. To get out and do the post-match interviews, we had to leave the stadium and walk all the way round the back to get to the interview area about 10 minutes before the end. But I was sitting with a number of UK officials who I spoke to after the game, and they said just after we had moved there was a father with his son, right next to us, who both jumped up and used lots of expletives, and the n-word, towards Danny Rose. We’ve spoken to some of the UK photographers who were out here, based in the North Stand end where the ultras sit, and they’ve said the abuse was constant throughout the whole second half. Danny didn’t want to talk after the game but Raheem Sterling and Gareth Southgate have… Read full this story
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