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Kick it Out slam the FA’s panel verdict on ex-Crawley boss John Yems’ discrimination


Kick It Out, football’s anti-discrimination body, have condemned the FA independent panel for the lack of severity of John Yems’ 18-month ban from football labelling it a ‘slap in the face to the victims of the discriminatory abuse’.

On January 6, the former Crawley Town manager was suspended for a year-and-a-half by the FA following Sportsmail’s revelations last year that he had been using racist language against his own players.

The 63-year-old was found guilty of 12 charges of using discriminatory language while in charge of the League Two club last season, with the FA imposing the longest ban they have ever handed out for racist abuse.

Anti-racism body Kick It Out have blasted the FA's panel for their verdict on John Yems

Anti-racism body Kick It Out have blasted the FA’s panel for their verdict on John Yems

The full extent of former Crawley manager Yems' 'discriminatory language' and 'racist banter' towards his players has been revealed by the FA - with the lack of severity upsetting Kick It Out

The full extent of former Crawley manager…



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