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Jay Rodriguez charged by FA after allegations13/2/2018
  West Brom striker Jay Rodriguez has been charged by the Football Association after allegations he racially abused Gaetan Bong in last month’s Premier League match against Brighton.Find the latest sport news, photos, videos and featured stories on Shine News. SHINE provides trusted national and world news as well as local and regional perspectives. The pair clashed during the match and Rodriguez is alleged to have used “abusive and/or insulting words which included a reference to ethnic origin and/or colour and/or race,” according to the FA.

 Rodriguez has until 16 February 2018 to respond to the charge. He strongly denies any wrongdoing and West Brom immediately announced that they would contest the charge. “Absolutely gutted and in disbelief at the situation I find myself in,” Rodriguez tweeted. “I 100% deny the false allegation and will take the correct legal advice to prove my innocence.”Richard Garlick, Albion’s Director of Football Administration, said: “As a Club we remain fully supportive and committed to backing Jay throughout this process.

” A source close to the player told The Independent that Rodriguez was “deeply upset” by the accusation of racism, which he vehemently denies. West Brom manager Alan Pardew commented after the match he found it “very difficult” to believe that Rodriguez would make a racist comment, saying: "”Jay Rodriguez claims that the allegation, whatever the allegation is, is untrue.” Footage from the match shows the pair bumping into one another and arguing, before Rodriguez holds his nose and waves his hands in front of his face as if to gesture that Bong smells.Bong immediately complained to referee Martin Atkinson, who included the complaint in his report.

Bong claimed that Rodirguez told him: “You are black and you stink.” Bong elaborated on the incident during an appearance on French television last month.I looked for the referee to tell him. First the referee told me to get back in position. I didn’t accept that so easily. I am a black man. We’re in 2018 and we cannot tolerate this. I hope there will be sanctions.’ Bong later added: “He did that because of the colour of my skin. I asked him to repeat what he said and I think he realised what he said and tried to limit the damage. And I replied to him: No, what you said was racist.At the end of the game he tried to say: No I didn’t say that. But I said: You can’t say that. Not to a human being. And most of all not to a black man, at this period, with everything that is happening in the world.” 
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Roy Hodgson insists it’s far too late for Sam13/2/2018
  Roy Hodgson has insisted it is “far too late” for Sam Allardyce to make up for comments he made after succeeding him as England manager in 2016 and revealed the Everton boss has never offered him a private apology.Find the more sport news from SHINE. Crystal Palace travel to Everton on Saturday when Hodgson will come face-to-face with the 63-year-old for the first time since Allardyce was caught on camera mocking his speech impediment.
Allardyce was heard calling him “Woy” as part of an undercover newspaper sting and claimed Hodgson would “send them all to sleep” if he became a public speaker after leaving his post as England manager after Euro 2016.Asked if Allardyce had ever apologised for his comments and if Hodgson had felt hurt by it, the Palace boss said: “No. Do you like being insulted? No, not particularly. Did it bother me? I didn't lose any sleep over it. My relationship with him was good. Now I would expect it to be less good.
” When pressed on whether Allardyce should apologise at Goodison Park on Saturday, he responded: “No. Far too late. It has gone. It belongs to the distant past. “In jobs like I am doing at the moment, when you are the manager of a Premier League club, you live very much in the ultimate present and the future. “I'm not interested. I've said what I've got to say. I've come here to talk about Crystal Palace Football Club and Everton Football Club. It could have been Ronald Koeman against Frank de Boer.
”During Allardyce’s press conference before the game, he insisted that while he apologised publically a number of times, he’d never had the chance to do it privately. “I'll hopefully speak to him and see him at the game,” said Allardyce. “A lot of time has passed since that unfortunate situation. I (apologised) publicly and I did it more than once. “If you are going to do something like that I prefer to be private. I've never had the opportunity privately to talk about it which would be better than a conversation on the phone. Hopefully he is fine with it.” 
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