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FA Appoints Clive Sheldon To Lead Review Into Child Sexual Abuse

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 07 / 16

The FA announced that its review into child sexual abuse in football will be led by Clive Sheldon instead of Kate Gallafent "in the light of the increased scope of the review," according to Henry McDonald of the London GUARDIAN. The FA initially appointed Gallafent to "oversee an internal revie...

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