Crewe sack academy coach for attempting to groom underage girl

14 May 2019 04:09
• Carl Everall given three-year community order• 28-year-old had been coaching at Crewe since 2013Crewe Alexandra, one of the clubs most heavily implicated in football’s sexual-abuse scandal, have announced they have sacked one of their academy coaches because of a police investigation that has led to him being convicted of attempting to groom an underage girl.Carl Everall, formerly Crewe’s head of foundation, was suspended by the club in September because of what the Football Association described as “a safeguarding and police matter” and appeared at Chester crown court last Thursday to face a charge of engaging in sexual communications with a child. Everall, 28, pleaded guilty and received a three-year community order with a 35-day rehabilitation activity requirement. He was also ordered to go on a sexual offenders’ treatment programme and told to sign the sexual offenders’ register for five years. Related: Barry Bennell expenses claim raises questions about Crewe’s legal defence Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian