The former Gillingham player Mark McCammon has spoken for the first time since winning his case for racial victimisation.
He'd been sacked from the club after complaining he was being treated differently from white teammates.
He said the League Two side had docked his wages and forced him to drive to the ground in heavy snow. Despite doubts over the future of his career, McCammon says he has no regrets. Kate Bunkall's been speaking to him.
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