The Wigan Athletic boss was accused of racism stemming from his time at Cardiff City…
Sky Sports have revealed that the FA is reviewing ‘significant’ new evidence in the inquiry in to allegations of racism against Wigan manager Malky Mackay.
The accusations of racism stem from his time at Cardiff City and a series of texts sent between him and then director of football Iain Moody. Nothing has been proved in the situation as of yet. Bluebirds owner Vincent Tan did not immediately release the information that led to the allegations, instead waiting to do it when the 43-year-old appeared close to taking a new job.
It is unknown whether this new information is defending Mackay, or strengthening the claims against the former Watford boss. Either way the FA has let it be known that the inquiry deadline will be extended, and it may not be completed until after the end of the season.
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