Gillingham Football Club has lost an appeal against a racial discrimination case brought by a former player. Mark McCammon was awarded £68,000 last year over his dismissal by the club in 2011. He claimed he was refused treatment and docked wages.
The club lodged an appeal against the ruling it sacked the striker in an act of racial victimisation. John Ryall has the story.
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