Newstalk - Danny Rose speaks about racial abuse

Danny Rose speaks about racial abuse

Danny Rose speaks about racial abuse
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Eoin Brennan
14:16 Friday 19 October 2012

England Under 21 international Danny Rose admits he was left angry and upset by the racist abuse he suffered in Serbia last night.

The Tottenham defender was sent off after the final whistle of the Euro Championship play-off match, which England won 1-0, as fighting broke out on the pitch.

Monkey chants were clearly heard and the England players were pelted with stones, coins and even seats.

Rose has spoken to Sky Sports News:


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