Basketball: England team in open revolt
Now, despite a win which propelled them to third place in their semi- final round group, they are in open revolt. Threatening not to play for the team next season, a joint statement said: "There is currently no accountability within the corridors of power in English basketball and no respect for national team members."
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The coach, Laszlo Nemeth, said: "I am totally committed to the players but have no respect for chief executive Steve Catton and the Association."
Catton responded by saying: "No one wants to be associated with a team who behaves like this."
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