Race row at West Ham United

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Race row at West Ham United

West Ham have suspended a chief scout while they investigate claims he enforced a club transfer policy against signing African players. According to reports in the Daily Mail, director of player recruitment Tony Henry told agents "they have a bad attitude" and "cause mayhem".

The founder of Slavery Remembrance, Shezal Laing has been speaking to London Live News presenter Reya El-Salahi about the allegations.


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