FA Apologises To Eni Aluko And Drew Spence Over Mark Sampson’s Racial Remarks

 New report by barrister finds Sampson made ill-judged attempts at humour
 FA chief executive Martin Glenn says sorry to England’s Aluko and Spence
 Katherine Newton concludes that Sampson is not a racist

 Eni Aluko: FA actions were ‘bordering on blackmail’ – video

The Football Association’s chief executive, Martin Glenn, has issued a full apology to Eni Aluko and Drew Spence after the reopened investigation into the Mark Sampson affair concluded that the now-deposed England Women’s manager did make discriminatory remarks to two of his players.

The third inquiry, conducted by the barrister Katharine Newton, has found that Sampson did

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