The Lionesses recorded a comfortable 6-0 victory over Russian Federation in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday, with Nikita Parris scoring the game's opener after 11 minutes.
Every member of the starting XI raced to the bench after Nikita Parris netted the 11th-minute opener, and the exuberant scenes sparked criticism from former striker Eni Aluko, the player whose allegations of racism, harassment and bullying led to Sampson's alleged conduct being brought into focus.
"However the full report of that investigation was only brought to the attention of the current FA leadership last week and it is our judgement that it revealed clear evidence of inappropriate behaviour by a coach". The FA said that a "safeguarding assessment" in 2015 before the World Cup determined that Sampson "did not pose a risk working in the game" but he was still told to undertake a program to "emphasize the professional boundaries appropriate to a coaching role".
"In 2014, safeguarding allegations were made against him about his time with Bristol Academy".
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Sampson, who was put on a "development and mentoring programme" as a result of the original probe, will be paid under the terms of a termination clause in his contract.
In response to Aluko's allegations, Sampson's players had pointedly celebrated the first goal against Russian Federation by running to the coach, prompting condemnation from Aluko on social media. His players pointedly celebrated the first goal with him to prompt condemnation from Aluko on social media. "It is a different issue to the one being raised the Eni Aluko allegations". He had been an FA employee for just a few months.
"However, the full report of that investigation was only made known to me at the end of last week".
"Let's be really clear: no laws were broken".
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"We know that coaches are in a potential position of power and that position mustn't be abused", said FA chairman Greg Clarke, who was appointed in 2016.
"We can't comment on the unknown, but as a team and personally as a player Mark has been an incredible manager and person to me, so I can only talk on my experience", Nobbs said.
FA chief executive Martin Glenn said in a video on the organisation's website: "The reason we're parting company was based on conduct for which the enquiry had concluded in 2015. The board unanimously support our recommendation and therefore today we terminated Mark's contract".
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