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Women In Football Claim FA Was Aware Of Mark Sampson Allegations In '13

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 22 / 17

Women in Football said that it is “deeply concerned” by the latest revelations surrounding former England women's Manager Mark Sampson and claimed that questions about Sampson’s suitability for the job "were flagged" to the FA as early as '13, according to Martha Kelner of the Lond...

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