The legal team which conducted an inquiry into sexual abuse in England between 1970 and 2005 has made recommendations to protect youngsters in soccer

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March 18, 2021, 12:32 AM

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LONDON — Recommendations to protect youngsters in soccer made by the legal team which conducted an inquiry into sexual abuse in England between 1970 and 2005:

— The Football Association should make arrangements to encourage all parents or carers to receive safeguarding training.

— Arrangements should be made for all players and young people to receive safeguarding training.

— The FA board and senior management team should receive safeguarding training every three years.

— Professional clubs should ensure directors receive safeguarding training every three years and implement a safeguarding strategy.

— Coaches of junior teams (under

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