The Mail is reporting that Newcastle U23 manager Peter Beardsley made discriminatory comments to Yasin Ben El-Mhanni and that he was ‘generally unfair’ to the player.
That’s the results of a panel that has ruled on an independent appeal.
The young Newcastle player lodged an official complaint against Peter Beardsley back in January, and after the club looked into the matter, Beardsley was suspended.
It’s ironic that Yasin Ben El-Mhanni is one of the players who will be released this summer when his contract runs out on June 30th.
Rafa Benitez with Peter Beardsley in better times
The results of the appeal backed up Newcastle’s initial findings of unfair treatment by Beardsley.
The Mail is also reporting that a hearing into allegations of racism against Beardsley took place in May.
Like most things at Newcastle under Ashley this has dragged on since January, and now Newcastle have to make some decisions on the future of Peter Beardsley.
The Newcastle U23 coach denies all the allegations.