Football Child Abuse & Manchester City FC
Manchester City Football Club
Manchester City Football Club have had ex-players of the Club revealing that they have been abused. Ex-Manchester City footballers have publically revealed they have been abused.
- Paul Stewart, an ex Manchester United player recently had his story published. He alleged that he was targeted by his coach between the ages of 11-15. He brought out his story in the hope that more victims will come forward.
- Paul claims he was assaulted every day for four years and that his tormentor got away with it because he threatened to kill his relatives if he ever told anyone.
- The Daily Mail posted that Manchester City Football Club have launched an investigation into links between Barry Bannell and the club. Mr Bannell coached junior teams connected to Manchester City FC.
- On Thursday 1st December 2016, a City spokesperson said: ‘The club is aware of allegations that Barry Bennell had an association with Manchester City Football Club in the 1980s. As a result the club is currently undertaking a thorough investigation of any past links he might have had with the organisation’.
- Once the information is stronger and the extent of Bennell’s connection is confirmed, Manchester City have said they will be reaching out to victims with support and counselling if it is required.
- More information is publically available Manchester Evening News – Greater Manchester Police involved into historic football child abuse.
Football Child Sexual Abuse Victims Encouraged to Come Forward
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