However, some insisted that privacy was key to why the pair should not face any charges... The FA has ruled that former Cardiff
Warning: this article contains graphic racial slurs, because otherwise it would just be full of stars. When one of Ukip's
If suggestions that the expression is inherently offensive seem somewhat far-fetched, there is no doubt that lad culture has colonised it. We see banter spilling over into both misogyny - reinforcing a false notion that 'catcalling', humiliation and physical harassment are part of a normal night out...
The LMA now see themselves representing 92 league managers without a single black man among their ranks. Small wonder there are no openly gay professional footballers in England... You want to see discrimination eradicated in football? You want to make football a place for everyone? Don't stand by. Do your bit. Kick it out.
The deafening silence from fellow football professionals coupled with the absurd comments from the LMA, Redknapp and others are only making a problem that is deeply entrenched in society worse.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp offered a bizarre defence of under-fire former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay, saying: "He hasn't
The League Managers' Association today apologised for the wording of its shoddy statement regarding former Cardiff City manager
One of Cardiff City's former players has accused Malky Mackay of using racist language in front of the players during his
Malky Mackay's alleged text messages sent to Iain Moody have been excused as "friendly banter" by the League Managers' Association
Koreans, Chinese, Israelis, homosexuals, females and even Welsh women were all, allegedly, ridiculed in a string of derogatory