West Ham suspend director over racism allegations

Updated: 02 February, 2018 12:30 IST | Agencies | London

West Ham yesterday suspended director of recruitment Tony Henry while the Premier League club investigates allegations that he made racist remarks about African players

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West Ham yesterday suspended director of recruitment Tony Henry while the Premier League club investigates allegations that he made racist remarks about African players. According to the Daily Mail newspaper, Henry said the Hammers wanted to limit the number of African players because they have a bad attitude and cause mayhem when they are not in the team.

Henry, it was claimed, suggested it was a policy supported by club management but insisted West Ham had nothing against the African race at all.

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First Published: 02 February, 2018 08:01 IST

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