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Just a shame about the dad.
How hard is it for the FA to do a modicum of due diligence before offering someone a high profile job like this? Itís beyond belief in this climate that it doesnít occur to them or their advisers to have a quick search on Twitter or other online media, to see if thereís anything that might want to be considered, or at the very least deleted before the appointment goes public to avoid any scandal. For those saying how itís not that big a deal, I think youíre having trouble empathising with what it might be like to be a woman with him appointed now as your boss. Itís not the crime of the century, but itís not exactly great, and I donít think itís an unreasonable bar for hiring a man into a role in charge of women to require that they havenít made sexist jokes in public in the past.
We must have real saints on the forum here. Surely 99% of people at some stage in their lives have made a throw away remark or attempted joke that could be deemed sexist or racist or discriminatory in some fashion.
I think people are going out of there way to make something out of nothing, more and more these days. Glad the FA have ignored it. Should never have been a story, same with the holgate tweet saga
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