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Henry: I'm 100 per cent sorry for what I've done


Filed: Wednesday, 9th May 2018
By: Staff Writer


Tony Henry has spoken out to defend himself in the wake of allegations of racism.

West Ham United's former Head of Recruitment was sacked earlier this year after telling a journalist that the club has decided not to sign any further African players.

And this evening he spoke for the first time about his departure from West Ham - an interview you may hear below.





*Tony Henry interview


* Listen or download from here if you cannot view the player above.






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