West Ham investigated by FA over anti-African email

Isaac Cain
February 5, 2018

In his interview with the Daily Mail, Henry insisted that Sakho had caused "problems" at the club and suggested African players as whole can "cause mayhem" when not selected in West Ham's starting XI.

Moyes also approached the club's players to hold a "frank conversation" with them regarding the reports surrounding Henry.

Moyes said: "I've spoken to one or two of the African players and they seem fine and they've trained well".

"I am a lion, they were afraid and now everyone will see why I wanted to leave this club."I'll teach all the fans what's true: that they don't want black players".

"The [FIFA] World Cup is just around the corner and I want to play".

West Ham's week of turmoil ended with a 3-1 loss at Brighton in the on Saturday.

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Premier league side West Ham United have re-emphasized that the club is open to everyone who loves football irrespective race gender or religion.

First Izquierdo rocketed a shot past West Ham keeper Adrian from the edge of the area after 59 minutes, and then Pascal Gross capped a fine display by scoring from 25 metres in the 75th. The club have done what they think they have to do and move on, and we have to. He's left, so great.

West Ham suspended Henry indefinitely on Thursday, citing the claims of discrimination.

The Mail reported that Henry sent an email on January 27, in response to an inquiry about a footballer of Cameroonian descent, to another senior West Ham official and an agent.

"There was no way we were going to go through without losing games but we've got to make sure we don't lose too many. I believe [in] justice".

West Ham's lack of recruitment and ambition has angered fans who are revolting against co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold over what they feel are broken promises ever since their move to the former Olympic Stadium.

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