How can you increase diversity in English football management without a ‘Rooney Rule’? - Episode 25
Published 22 October 2014 By: Sean Cottrell
The lack of representation of ethic minorities at coaching and management levels in English football has been widely discussed in the media over recents weeks and months. The debate on how to improve representation of minorities in football has largely been framed around the adoption of something akin to the NFL’s ‘Rooney Rule’. However, whilst it is positive that this is hitting the headlines and raising awareness of the issue much of the debate has overlooked legal practicalities of applying such a rule to English football.
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- Tags: Discrimination | Diversity | Employment Law | Football | Premier League | Racism | Rooney Rule | The FA | United Kingdom (UK) | United States of America (USA)
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