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    Stevenage in his blood ?

    Posted by The Outsider on 9/9/2019, 8:04:47

    Mamria sacked.

      Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

      Posted by Box seat on 9/9/2019, 9:38:52, in reply to "Stevenage in his blood ?"

      Ideal lower level opening for the
      🐍upon his joke city exit surely

        Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

        Posted by The Outsider on 9/9/2019, 8:28:01, in reply to "Stevenage in his blood ?"

        Will they “do a Watford” and bring back Westley ?

          Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

          Posted by Ches Fordroad on 9/9/2019, 8:35:11, in reply to "Re: Stevenage in his blood ?"

          They've put the former England women's manager in charge for now but I wouldn't be surprised to see The Emperor return

            Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

            Posted by Buzzard on 9/9/2019, 8:45:01, in reply to "Re: Stevenage in his blood ?"

            The racist one?

              Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

              Posted by Bored in Flitwick on 9/9/2019, 10:50:55, in reply to "Re: Stevenage in his blood ?"

              What did he do then?? Thought they sacked him to give Neville the job

                Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

                Posted by The Outsider on 9/9/2019, 11:27:26, in reply to "Re: Stevenage in his blood ?"

                On 20 September 2017, Sampson was sacked as the manager of the England women's national team because of what the FA described as, "clear evidence of inappropriate and unacceptable behaviour by a coach"[8] during his tenure as the manager of Bristol Academy prior to his appointment as England coach in 2014. An FA investigation into the allegations that led to his dismissal had concluded in 2014 that, "he did not pose a risk working in the game"[8] but the decision to terminate his employment was taken when senior FA figures read the full report in 2017.

                This sacking followed FA investigations into allegations of racist behaviour and remarks by Sampson, brought by Eniola Aluko. The FA oversaw two investigations, the second of them an independent investigation by a barrister, Katharine Newton, which cleared Sampson. The FA reasserted, in their press release regarding his dismissal, that they continued to have confidence in those findings and his dismissal was unrelated to that issue saying, "In respect of investigations into specific allegations made by Eniola Aluko in 2016, The FA stands by the findings of the independent barrister Katharine Newton's investigation. Sampson has denied all of the accusations put to him and no evidence of wrong-doing was found."[8][9][10] Sampson subsequently brought an unfair dismissal case against the FA.

                On 18 October 2017, the FA apologised to players Eniola Aluko and Drew Spence after Katharine Newton concluded, on a balance of probabilities, in a third investigation that Mark Sampson made comments that were "discriminatory on the grounds of race".[11] The FA agreed to pay a "significant " financial settlement to Sampson in January 2019, on the week his claim for unfair dismissal was due to be heard in court.[12]

                  Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

                  Posted by Bored in Flitwick on 9/9/2019, 11:47:49, in reply to "Re: Stevenage in his blood ?"

                  Reading the above it appears he got a payout from FA for unfair dismissal, so if that's the case did he make the alleged remarks? Blimey what a bloody mess the FA create at times

                    Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

                    Posted by The Outsider on 9/9/2019, 11:52:08, in reply to "Re: Stevenage in his blood ?"

                    But they originally sacked him due to dodgy goings on with the Bristol Academy team. The racism charges were supposedly nothing to do with his sacking which makes the out of court settlement seem rather odd.

                  Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

                  Posted by Nearly a Genius on 9/9/2019, 10:56:21, in reply to "Re: Stevenage in his blood ?"

                  Made derogatory racist remarks to and about those members of the team who weren't white.

                Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

                Posted by Ches Fordroad on 9/9/2019, 8:52:27, in reply to "Re: Stevenage in his blood ?"

                Yeah - both of their supporters will be happy with that.

              Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

              Posted by Big D on 9/9/2019, 8:30:19, in reply to "Re: Stevenage in his blood ?"

              Will captain Ron become Ron manager??!!

                Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

                Posted by The Outsider on 9/9/2019, 8:33:57, in reply to "Re: Stevenage in his blood ?"

                Captain Ron is playing for Billericay.

                Mark Sampson in temporary charge. Sol Campbell being mentioned as a possibility.

                  Re: Stevenage in his blood ?

                  Posted by Ches Fordroad on 9/9/2019, 8:35:51, in reply to "Re: Stevenage in his blood ?"

                  They'd work well together ......

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