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SBD Global/March 12, 2014/International Football
Government Urged To 'Eradicate Any Racism In FA' After Sol Campbell Claims
Published March 12, 2014
SPEAKING OUT: In London, Mihir Bose wrote Campbell, who accused the FA of “institutional racism” in his biography, added, “It’s like what I’ve done for my England career doesn’t really add up for anything to them. If that’s how they think towards me, then fine. I’ll go elsewhere.” When Campbell decided to get his coaching badges 18 months ago, he "approached the Welsh FA after the perceived snub." Campbell: "I went to the Welsh FA because the English didn’t really welcome me. If they had I would be working with them" (EVENING STANDARD, 3/11).