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Eni Aluko slams ‘selfish’ England Women over show of support for ‘racist’ Sampson

Eni Aluko slams ‘selfish’ England Women over show of support for ‘racist’ Sampson
September 20
12:02 2017
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Eniola Aluko has criticised England Women’s show of support for Mark Sampson during the World Cup qualifier against Russia.

Aluko, a former striker of the Lionesses, had accused Sampson of racism, harassment, and bullying, which he was twice cleared of by the English FA.

Despite Sampson’s insistence that he did no wrong, the FA has been urged to look again into the case by anti-racism campaign group Kick It Out and the Professional Footballers’ Association.

Reacting to the decision of England’s players to swarm Sampson when Nikita Parris scored the opening goal in the 6-0 win over Russia, Aluko tweeted: “It goes without saying I’m delighted, relieved, blessed to be sat where I am right now. Blessings in disguise are often the best blessings.

“The same players who unanimously voted me as their representative to discuss the teams central contracts with the FA. A benefit for all.

“For the most together team in the world tonight’s ‘message’ only shows a level of disrespect that represents division and selfish action.”

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