Gillingham Football Club charged with ‘racial victimisation’ by FA after they ‘refused to pay medical bills for injured black striker’

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  • Gillingham Football Club and chairman Paul Scally have been charged
  • It’s after retired striker Mark McCammon was dismissed from club in 2011
  • FA judged club committed act of race victimisation – breaching its rules
  • McCammon sued club in August 2012 and awarded £68,000 compensation
  • Both Gillingham FC and Mr Scally have until November 14 to respond
A football club has been charged with race victimisation by the FA after it ‘refused to pay medical bills’ for an injured black striker.

Gillingham Football Club and its chairman Paul Scally have been charged over the dismissal of retired striker Mark McCammon after the football governing body judged its rules had been breached.

The former Barbados international player sued the club in August 2012 after being sacked the previous year amid claims he was treated differently because he was black.

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