Malky Mackay allegations: The texts
The former Cardiff City manager is alleged to have sent racist, sexist and homophobic messages
Former Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay allegedly sent texts of a racist, sexist and homophobic nature.
Having been on the verge of becoming the next Crystal Palace manager, the Scot is now at the centre of allegations alongside Iain Moody - the former head of recruitment at Cardiff who is now employed by Crystal Palace.
Cardiff, who sacked Mackay in December, have sent a dossier to the Football Association with details of the allegations, according to the Daily Mail. Below are some of the texts allegedly sent:
'Fkn chinkys. Fk it. There's enough dogs in Cardiff for us all to go around.'
On the arrival of South Korean international Kim Bo-Kyung
'Go on, fat Phil. Nothing like a Jew that sees money slipping through his fingers'
On football agent Phil Smith
'He's a snake, a gay snake. Not to be trusted'
On an official of another club
'Not many white faces amongst that lot but worth considering.'
On a list of potential signings
'I hope she's looking after your needs. I bet you'd love a bounce on her falsies.'
On a player's female agent
A picture entitled Black Monopoly (where every square was a "Go to Jail" square)
Sent to members of Cardiff's staff
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