Concerns over an increased coronavirus mortality risk to players from black and other ethnic minority backgrounds will be raised to Government officials at a meeting on Friday.
Players from ethnic minority backgrounds have expressed their concerns about returning to action amid the coronavirus pandemic to the Professional Footballers’ Association.
Aspiring managers from ethnic minority backgrounds must continue to be given the opportunity to be interviewed for vacancies, rather than “the same people having the same opportunities time and time again”.
English Football League clubs have responded to this season’s Leeds United ‘spygate’ controversy by tightening the rules to ban clubs from trying to observe their next opponent’s training sessions 72 hours before a game.
Anti-discrimination campaigners Kick It Out have issued an unreserved apology to Brighton following comments by head of development Troy Townsend concerning the departure of Chris Hughton.
Black referees are being blocked from climbing the league ladder by observers at county level, according to Ref Support UK’s ambassador for black, Asian and minority ethnic officials.
Brighton boss Chris Hughton has called on the authorities to hand out the sternest possible sanctions to in a bid to clamp down on racist abuse.
Robert Earnshaw believes Darren Moore’s appointment at West Brom has sent the right message over the issue of Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) managers in football.
Football has “an awful long way to go” before completely addressing the lack of black,…
Only five of the 92 current Premier League or Football League clubs are managed by…