Mark Sampson says racism allegation made against him is untrue

Stevenage director Mark Sampson says he’s innocent of claims of racism made against himinsisting the”allegation is false.”
The England Women manager – appointed director of Sky Bet League Two side Stevenage later Dinoi Maamria had been dismissed – had been accused of using racially discriminatory speech towards a coach who lost his job.
The FA is currently exploring the complaint, something Sampson dismissed the claim and says he is pleased to co-operate together with, though Stevenage have looked into the matter.
Speaking after the Hertfordshire club lost 3-2 at home to Carlisle in his first match in charge, Sampson thanked the club for their support.
“Ever since I walked in the door I have been forced to feel welcome, during good times and bad,” he said.
“I’m really confident there are great times to come for this bar.
“I am fully aware there has been an allegation made and I have contributed to a club investigation and I mean to contribute fully into a FA investigation.
“The allegation is untrue. There are.
“I’m rather optimistic what will be investigated fully and due process will be followed closely.
“The result will hopefully be that this really is reasoned and the football club can move on and start working to the most important thing, which is the players, the fans and everything goes on on the area.”
Sampson directed the Lionesses to third position in the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada after he had been fortunate to have experienced a connection as coach of Bristol Academy, but he was later dismissed from the FA.
That followed before accusations of prison and discrimination made against Sampson by striker Eniola Aluko while he was having England Women, that were researched by the FA, who afterwards cleared him of any wrongdoing.

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