Gillingham and chairman Paul Scally fined £75,000 for ‘race victimisation’

31 July 2015 01:18
• FA rule striker Mark McCammon was unfairly dismissed in 2011• Club and Scally ‘shocked, stunned and angered’ and say they will appealGillingham and their chairman, Paul Scally, have each been fined £75,000 for “race victimisation” relating to the departure of the striker Mark McCammon in 2011.McCammon spent three years with Gillingham, and an employment tribunal in Ashford had previously ruled his departure was because of racial discrimination. McCammon claimed the club refused him treatment for an injury and docked his wages. Related: League One 2015-16 fixtures: week-by-week list for the season Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian


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