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LMA Uses B Word In Malky Mackay Text Scandal Statement [Updated]

Ben Kiely
By Ben Kiely
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Update: 10:41

The LMA have apologised for their apology released on behalf of Malk Mackay.



The League Manager's Association has published a statement on Malky Mackay amidst the former Cardiff manager's racist text scandal. According to the LMA,

It emerged that Malky had, it seems, sent a couple of one line texts that were, with the benefit of hindsight, very regrettable and disrespectful of other cultures.

These were two text messages sent in private at a time Malky felt under great pressure and when he was letting off steam to a friend during some friendly text message banter. That said, Malky believes he could and should have conducted himself better on these two isolated occasions. 

The use of the word "b*****" in an official statement is an unforgivable crime and should really be an arrestable offence.


If you're on the fence about the detestable word, you might need to hear it out loud to recognize it's hideousness. Try to listen to Richard Keys repeatedly say that word without getting a hankering to commit some sort of atrocity.


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