Authorities must get to bottom of Croft race case

October 2012
Daily Mail;10/29/2012, p71
LEE CROFT of Oldham Athletic will face no police action over allegations he racially abused a ball boy at a match with Sheffield United. Croft (below) strongly denied the accusation and an investigation by South Yorkshire police found no evidence such an event had taken place.


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