Can positive discrimination increase the number of black football managers?

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Can positive discrimination increase the number of black football managers?

David Ginola's become the latest person to speak out over the lack of black managers in football.

The former Tottenham Hotspur player is calling for a 'Rooney Rule' approach to be introduced to FIFA members which would require teams to interview minority candidates for coaching jobs.

It's what the NFL use in America and it's transformed the number of black coaches there.

But critics argue it's just a form of positive discrimination English football could do without.

Troy Townsend from Kick It Out, Jonny Gould from Sportsmedia and The Evening Standard’s Digital Sports Editor Amar Singh discuss.

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