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Black coaches in English football face discriminations

Black Coaches in English football are facing discriminations

Black coaches in English football face discrimination - Report
Black coaches in English football face discriminations

A recent report by the Black Footballers Partnership (BFP) reveals significant differences in manager jobs and job security compared to non-Black coaches.

According to the report, non-Black former soccer players in England are 50% more likely than their Black colleagues to progress into management roles.

Additionally, Black managers or assistants are 41% more likely to be fired, indicating a troubling trend in the industry.

Black former players, including Sol Campbell and Les Ferdinand, emphasized the need for inclusivity in football both on and off the pitch. They lamented the lack of off-field opportunities for Black players, undermining their talents and potential contributions to the sport.

Despite comprising 43% of Premier League players, only 4.4% of managerial positions for former players are occupied by Black applicants.

This disparity underscores the persistent barriers faced by Black coaches in advancing their careers in football.

This pattern of discrimination persists regardless of performance, highlighting the entrenched bias against Black coaches.

The post Black coaches in English football face discriminations appeared first on Ladun Liadi’s Blog.

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