England's Nikita Parris apologises to Eni Aluko ov

Nikita Parris has apologised to Eni Aluko for showing support for former England Women boss Mark Sampson in 2017.

Sampson was at the centre of discrimination allegations made by then Chelsea and England striker Aluko. He was initially cleared but the FA later apologised to Aluko and team-mate Drew Spence for racially discriminatory remarks made by Sampson,英冠数据简报:巴恩斯利主场失球数联赛最多,招商蛇口 回购加速彰显公司未来发展信心,股权鼓励改进公司激励机.

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At Sampson's final game in charge, a 6-0 win over Russia in September 2017, every member of the starting XI raced to the bench to celebrate with the manager after Parris' opening goal.

Nikita Parris has taken to twitter to apologise to Eni Aluko for being part of the group of players who celebrated with Mark Sampson

Former England player Lianne Sanderson says the celebration still makes her "sick to her stomach".

Lyon forward Parris has now offered a heartfelt apology to her former England team-mate Aluko.

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