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Mansfield Town CEO Shares YouTube Video In Push To Secure Seat On FA Council

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 26 / 17

English football politics "has broken new ground" with a female candidate bidding for a "place among the blazers" on the FA Council posting a "bizarre election campaign video" on YouTube, according to Charles Sale of the London DAILY MAIL. Mansfield Town CEO Carolyn Radford, who considers herse...

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