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Beardsley meets with Newcastle over bullying claims
11 January 2018, 09:13 | Pamela Mathis
Newcastle's investigation into allegations of racism against Peter Beardsley will continue
As reported by the Dailymail, Beardsley has allegedly made racist comments to one of his players during a trip to Go Ape, an outdoor adventure company which runs Tree Top Adventures, Forest Segways, Tree Top Junior Adventures and Zip Trekking Adventures.
"Allegations of unfair treatment have been made, which are now being investigated".
Peter Beardsley has found himself the subject of an investigation after being accused of bullying and racism.
Newcastle United announce that Under-23s boss Peter Beardsley "will take a period of leave" while an investigation continues into complaints made against him.
Magpies winger Yasin Ben El-Mhanni lodged a complaint against Beardsley at the weekend but further accusations have since been made against the former England global.
From Air India To Partially Foreign Owned Airline?
Overseas investment policy has also been liberalised in case of power exchanges, an online platform where electricity is traded. The government is in the process of finalising the modalities for strategic disinvestment of debt-laden Air India.
Chelsea boss Conte calls Jose Mourinho 'a little man'
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says he will not forget what Jose Mourinho has said recently, but has called a truce to the fued. When you become older there is this type of risk. "And then when Ranieri was sacked he put on a shirt for Ranieri".
INEC Releases Timetable for 2019 Elections
The INEC boss urged all the political parties and all and sundry "to eschew bitterness and conduct their activities with decorum". Orji said that a total of 7,670 ad-hoc workers would be deploy for the conduct of the election holding in 1,548 polling units.
Harvey Weinstein Video Shows Restaurant Attack
Steve, who admitted to the gossip site that he'd had "quite a bit to drink", marched up to Weinstein and slapped him twice. TMZ said the person shooting asked if Weinstein wanted to call the police, though this does not appear on the video .