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World Sports Advocate
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Volume: 16 Issue: 1
(January 2018)

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f apologises racist remarks made eniola aluko lorna hackett barrister hackett dabbs dissects findings inquiries carried out

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The FA apologises for racist remarks made to Eniola Aluko

Lorna Hackett, Barrister at Hackett & Dabbs, dissects the findings of the inquiries carried out by the Football Association into the serious allegations made by England women’s national team football player Eniola Aluko against team manager Mark Sampson, and provides her view on the possible implications for the culture of sport in the UK.

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