Kick It Out appoint Sanjay Bhandari, equality expert and Man Utd fan, as new chair

Manchester United fan Sanjay Bhandari and expert was confirmed as the new seat of football’s anti-discrimination organisation Kick It Out.
Bhandari – who worked for 15 years as a lawyer before proceeding into leadership and judicial functions – succeeds Lord Ouseley, who set the organization in 1993.
“I’m absolutely delighted to join the Board of Kick It Out as its Chair,” said Bhandari.
“I’ve been a football fan all my life and a vocal advocate for inclusion. I’m passionate about supporting football to be a game in which people of all backgrounds feel welcome and added into the pitch from the terraces, to the boardroom.
“I feel blessed to have the opportunity to build on the team’s good work over several years, and anticipate putting out my vision for equality football in the months beforehand.”
On their brand new appointment, Kick It Out stated:”An energetic and recognised pioneer of equality, diversity and improvement clinic, Sanjay was a member of the Premier League’s Equality Standard Independent Panel for four years.
“He is part of the Government-sponsored Parker review to the ethnic diversity of UK planks.
“For three successive years in 2017, he was appointed as one of Financial Times’ EMpower 100 ethnic minority leaders and in 2016, as one of the top 100 most influential BAME people in business from the inaugural Upstanding Executive Power List.
“Sanjay is excited to undertake the job and is ready to develop and extend on the hugely important work Kick It Out was doing to function for equality in football for over 25 decades.”
Bhandari’s appointment comes after a series of incidents of abuse directed at the start of this season at Premier League and EFL players.
Paul Pogba tammy Abraham, Marcus Rashford and Mohamed Salah are.
Kick It Out lately met with Twitter to the first time, with the vast majority of the abusive incidents having happened on the social networking site.
The organization also urged the Football Association and clubs to behave after a spate of instances the weekend of their EFL season.

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