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And a stench engulfing the football organisation that so often assumes the moral high ground when preaching to FIFA.The English Football Association is in turmoil again and it’s a crisis of its own making Rather than a diligent attempt to discover if England women’s team coach Mark Sampson did make a racially offensive joke to striker Eni Aluko the FA was accused of engineering a cover-up when the leadership faced a parliamentary committee Aluko capped 102 times for England and a qualified lawyer spent two years trying to convince the FA to believe Sampson made offensive comments in 2014 about whether her relatives coming from Nigeria for a game were infected with Ebola Aluko was brushed off and ultimately paid off by an FA appearing to hush the episode under the Wembley Stadium carpet Even when a settlement totaling 80000 pounds ($105000) was agreed to halt her grievance – ostensibly so England faced no distractions at the Women’s European Championship in July – Aluko felt the wrath of FA After Aluko’s case emerged in public in August and the FA’s handling of the saga unraveled the Chelsea player tweeted that the organization’s policy was “ignore deny endorse” The FA’s response emerged when Aluko faced members of the House of Commons at a committee on Wednesday The second tranche of the financial settlement would only be sent to Aluko if she publicly stated that the FA was not institutionally racist That conduct was according to Aluko “bordering on blackmail” Not so according to FA chief executive Martin Glenn who followed Aluko in testifying at parliament with the player still in the Grimond Room behind her Yet the FA repeatedly undermined its own case and at times its credibility in the four-hour hearing It began with an element of contrition with the publication of a statement disclosing a barrister had finally concluded that Sampson did direct racially offensive jokes at Aluko and teammate Drew Spence on a separate occasion in 2015 There was even a public apology to the players But once the inquisition by legislators began the FA’s stance shifted The executive team went on the attack – against the questions and others within English football – while repeatedly praising their own work and sacrifices in an attempt to deflect the blame and shift the session onto unrelated subjects Glenn was undermined when he distanced himself from comments in a newspaper interview last month that barrister Katharine Newton was chosen to conduct the FA investigation because she was black – an appointment that would have been illegal under discrimination laws “It’s not a pack of lies but it’s an embellishment” Glenn said It wasn’t the wisest move for FA chairman Greg Clarke to place his fingers in his ears at one point to demonstrate his need to avoid being party to some of Aluko’s complaints Nor should Clarke have called accusations of institutionalized racism and bullying “fluff” – a remark the chastened chairman quickly withdrew when its offensive nature was highlighted Committee member Jo Stevens a member of the opposition Labour Party called it “disgraceful” after having a day to deflect on Clarke’s dismissive tone And yet while legislators like Stevens urged Clarke to “consider his position” there were no outright calls for resignations or firings from the committee members or any significant figures across football on Thursday There was a tame response too from the government “I hope the FA learns lessons from this whole sorry saga” sports minister Tracey Crouch said “to ensure that all in the sport and the wider public have faith in their processes and procedures” The FA Board still appears to retain the faith in Clarke and Glenn who are trying to weather the storm with the organization focused on the men’s World Cup in Russia in less than eight months But trouble looms on the horizon particularly as Sampson explores a case of wrongful dismissal against the FA The coach who led England to the semifinals of the 2015 World Cup and Euro 2017 was ultimately removed from his post last month over inappropriate conduct with players in a previous job before being hired by the FA in 2013 Even that case was handled shoddily by the FA with Sampson cleared to remain in his post in 2015 after the allegations were initially removed and only dismissed based on a re-examination of evidence in the midst of the growing flare-up over Aluko’s complaints In February a vote of no confidence in the FA was passed in the House of Commons albeit with only a handful of members in attendance That vote followed criticism of the FA’s decision-making functions by several former senior executives including ex-chairman David Bernstein “This is an accident that’s been waiting to happen” Bernstein reflected Thursday on the Sampson case “The organization is still institutionally lost in the past” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: March 19 2017 6:15 pm Angamaly Diaries crew faces harassment from Kerala cops Top News Director Lijo Jose Pellissery has posted a video message on his Facebook page accusing Kerala police of harassing the crew members of Angamaly Diaries Hehas alleged that DYSP of Muvattupuzha stopped the car of the film’s crew and behaved badly with them for no apparent reason The incident is being termed as an act of “moral policing” Lijo said that the film’s crew was on a promotional campaign in Muvattupuzha when they had a run-in with the police officials in question “The car of the crew was stopped by the police who spoke to them in a very bad manner” he alleged “It is very upsetting that the people who have the responsibility of protecting us indulge`in such activities” he rued He said that the alleged moral policing took place right opposite a theatre that was showing Angamaly Diaries “The police officers could have identified the actors in the car from the posters outside the cinema hall” he said The police officer even asked actor Tito Wilson to change his name to Pulsar Tito referring to Pulsar Suni the main accused in the recent molestation case of a Malayalam actress “The moment the police saw me they wanted to prove that something else was going on inside the vehicle It was moral policing” female actor Binny Rinky Benjamins said according to Manorama News Angamaly Diaries which released earlier this month has received glowing reviews from the critics and is also going strong at the Kerala box office However the filmmakers suffered a setback after the film was live streamed on Facebook The pirated version of the film is also reportedly available online Producer and Malayalam actor Vijay Babu vowed to bring the people behind the online piracy to justice “It’s unfortunate that a planned activity is going on against our movie angamaly diaries to kill it We removed at least 10 online links yesterday and the same people are doing it again to ensure the movie comes on internet Let me warn this criminal ASS—-S that we will not spare anyone who try to upload this movie on internet This ba—rd was steaming the movie live on Fb from a theatre today We ensured that it is removed I promise that we will track you today and do the needful ” he wrote on his Facebook account For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News destroying four Islamic State fighting positions.
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" After weeks of sparring by leaders of their parties, Digvijaya said that STF has been "selective" in arresting people. "STF is taking action by watching faces of the people. saying he was intolerent of dissenting opinions which resulted in rift in the party. Only, I’m proud." Speaking on a flight from Beijing to Abu Dhabi, the Home Minister charted out the new government’s resolve to end the violence perpetrated by Left wing Extremists.
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