The Wigan Athletic boss was accused of racism during his time in charge of Cardiff City…
The FA is reviewing ‘significant’ new evidence in the inquiry in to the allegations of racism from Wigan manager Malky Mackay, according to Sky Sports.
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The accusations originate from the 43-year-old’s time in charge of Cardiff City, where he sent an number of texts to director of football Iain Moody, which allegedly contained racist remarks.
Bluebirds owner Vincent Tan only released the information when the manager started to make moves towards finding a new job.
The FA earlier confirmed that the review of the evidence behind the claims would have its deadline extended, and it would appear that this is why. Whether the new information furthers the allegations or helps exonerate the former Watford boss is unknown.
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