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Football coach sacked “for enforcing racial segregation by telling white players ‘don’t change in the black boys’ room”

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Crawley City have sacked supervisor John Yems, days after it was revealed he had been suspended for allegedly abusing his personal gamers with racist insults and operating a segregated coaching floor the place the membership?s black stars use a separate altering room.

This comes a month after FA had opened a probe into Crawley City supervisor John Yems’ conduct after a gaggle of Crawley gamers reported his alleged use of offensive language to the PFA, with the League Two membership suspending the 62-year-old the following day. 

 

Sportsmail reported that Yems allegedly referred to as some gamers ?suicide bomber?, ?terrorist?, and ?Zulu Warrior?.

 

Confirming his dismissal, Preston Johnson, co-chairman of Crawley stated: ‘We?re wanting ahead to the following period.

 

‘We have now a possibility to construct on greater than 125 years of wealthy historical past and take this membership to the following stage. We?re desperate to companion with our gamers and supporters as we construct a staff and group that Crimson Devils followers can proceed to be pleased with ? each on and off the pitch.’

 

Crawley assistant supervisor, Lewis Younger, 32, the youthful brother of Ashley, the Aston Villa fullback, is now taking the staff, which has suffered three straight defeats for the reason that accusations surfaced. 

 

When the accusations

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