Eni Aluko ‘hush-money’ case: FA bows to pressure and reveals findings

England footballer paid £80,000 after bullying complaint, but barrister found insufficient evidence to uphold claims

The Football Association has bowed to growing pressure surrounding the Eni Aluko “hush-money” case by revealing the reasons why the barrister they employed to investigate the matter cleared the England women’s team manager, Mark Sampson, of allegedly making a comment with “racial and prejudicial” connotations to the player.

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