By Press Association Reporter
Published: 19:52 BST, 10 October 2019 | Updated: 20:56 BST, 10 October 2019
England manager Gareth Southgate has stressed his players will follow UEFA protocols if they experience racist chanting during forthcoming European Championship qualifiers.
Southgate's team are in the Czech Republic for their next game and on Monday face Bulgaria, where the match will be played in a partly-closed stadium because of problems with racist chanting in the past.
Speaking ahead of the fixture with the Czechs, Southgate said: 'There is a UEFA process and we have to have faith in that process. Everything else is hypothetical as we don't know the situation we will be in as a team or I will be in as a manager.'
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Southgate added: 'The most important thing for me is that all of the players and all of the staff know they are supported.
'Inevitably because we suffered a situation in Montenegro we wanted to be clear what might happen if something happened in the future. We are very clear on that.
'We want the players to be able to concentrate on football, they want to be judged on