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MessagePosté le: Jeu 29 Mar - 07:35 (2018)    Sujet du message: Football clubs warned by Clive Sheldon QC over abuse investi Répondre en citant

 
sbothai8 The QC leading the Football Association's independent inquiry into child sex abuse has warned up to a dozen clubs they must hold their own investigations into abuse claims or he will do it.

Clive Sheldon QC was appointed by the national governing body in December 2016 and these clubs, along with the FA itself, are the main focus of his review.

He has also asked them to provide him with a 'structured report' into their investigations into how they handled allegations of abuse and safeguarding issues dating back to the 1970s.

Around a dozen clubs are the main focus of abuse allegations in football. However, not all clubs have so far provided Sheldon with all the answers he requires.

The barrister has written to every professional football club, every FA affiliated club and all County FA's requesting information that will help him complete a thorough Review into Child Abuse claims in football between the early 1970s and late 1990s. sbothai8

It is understood that no club is being obstructive, but if the QC and his team of lawyers do not get the information they require by the middle of June, Sheldon may have to step in and carry out his own investigation though he has not taken that step so far.

It has also emerged that the sheer scale of the work required in the Review means that Sheldon will not hand over his report to the FA until late September this year.

Sheldon had hoped to complete the work by Easter. It is up to the FA whether or not it decides to publish the findings of the Review, although in past communications FA chairman Greg Clarke said it would make public the findings. sbothai8
 


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sportsbet The end of the 2017/18 season is fast approaching and that means clubs across Europe will be planning for the summer transfer window. The World Cup will need to be negotiated around and that means deals are likely to be completed far earlier than normal. It's why the rumour mill is already in overdrive, so we asked our friends at Football Whispers to scour the European newspapers and websites to bring you all the latest news and gossip.

Spain
Real Madrid are set to offer Cristiano Ronaldo a new contract. While his deal, which expires in 2021, won't be extended his salary would be increased from €21m a year to €30m. (AS) PSG are suspicious that Neymar is attempting to engineer a move to Real Madrid this summer. Speculation about the Brazilian moving to the Bernabeu after the World Cup has been ongoing for some time but the Ligue 1 champions are increasingly concerned. (Marca)

Italy
Milan are weighing up a move for Juventus forward Mario Mandzukic. Rossoneri technical director Massimiliano Mirabelli wants to add experience to Gennaro Gattuso's squad and believes the Croatian is the ideal signing. (Calciomercato) Torino have rejected an approach from Milan for striker Andrea Belotti. The Italian international has struck 12 times this season and the Rossoneri submitted an offer of €50m plus youngster Patrick Cutrone. The bid was turned with Torino demanding Belotti's €100m buyout clause be met. (Tuttosport) sportsbet 

Germany
Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski remains keen on clinching a move to Real Madrid this summer. It is now an open secret the Pole wants to move to Los Blancos, who Bayern face in the Champions League next week. (Bild) Borussia Dortmund will consider making Michy Batshuayi's loan move from Chelsea permanent this summer, but accept the Belgian's future is far from certain. The striker has impressed since arriving at the club in January but an ankle injury will keep him out for the remainder of the season. He will return to Chelsea in the summer and, if Antonio Conte departs, Batshuayi's position at the club may change, ruling out a permanent switch to the Germans. (Sport Bild)

France
Neymar does not have a buyout clause in his contract with PSG. Reports emerged this week that Real Madrid could sign the Brazilian for €300m in the summer but French league officials have stated that is not the case. (L'Equipe) PSG face competition from Napoli in the race to sign Sporting goalkeeper Rui Patricio. The Ligue 1 champions were believed to leading the pursuit of the Portuguese international but now could miss out. (Le Sport 10) sportsbet 

 


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