Could The FA do more to discourage racism? A review of the Bernardo Silva decision
Published 20 December 2019 By: Thomas Horton
This article analyses The FA Regulatory Commission’s decision in the case of Bernardo Silva and considers the impact of the episode on combatting racism in football.
- The facts of the case;
- Decision and written reasons of the FA Regulatory Commission;
- Sanctions available and comparable cases;
- Comment – are we doing enough to kick racism out of football?
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- Tags: Athlete Welfare | Discrimination | Dispute Resolution | Employment | Football | Racism | Spain | The FA | The FA Regulatory Commission | United Kingdom (UK)
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