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West Ham United Sack Director Of Recruitment Tony Henry

West Ham United Sack Director Of Recruitment Tony Henry

West Ham United has relieved director of player recruitment Tony Henry of his duties to the Club following his claims of racist discrimination going on in the club.

The West Ham United board confirmed the step on Friday with a post on the clubs website "West Ham United have today terminated the contract of Director of Player Recruitment, Tony Henry, with immediate effect following his unacceptable comments that were widely reported in the press.

"Our action follows a full and thorough investigation. West Ham United will not tolerate any type of discrimination.

"The West Ham United family is an inclusive one where, regardless of gender, age, ability, race, religion or sexual orientation, everybody feels welcome and included."

Tony Henry had earlier been suspended by the club on Thursday following a report from Dailymail, which said he would no longer sign African players as they cause"Mayhem" when not selected.

The Clubs manager David Moyes further rejected the club taking on such Transfer policy on Friday "The comments are wrong, we were signing two players from Africa on Deadline Day, so I can only say they are wrong," said Moyes.

"We always sign good quality players, the best players we can get who are available to us, and it doesn't really matter where they're from to me at all."
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