The Modernist wrote:Skope having a different opinion doesn't make him a racist. Get a grip people.
It does if he is implying that black players don't become manager's because they either don't have the ability or because they are too lazy to apply for positions. Which is exactly what he is implying.
He has had three pages to explain why he believes there is a logical reason, other than racism and prejudice, to explain the huge imbalance between white and non white ex players moving on to managing English clubs.
He has singularly failed to do so - indeed, he has stated that he doesn't have a clue. However, he knows enough, apparently, to know that it categorically isn't because of racism. But refuses to provide any evidence to back even that claim up.
I have provided the very real example of the Rooney Rule in the NFL. Which he chose to completely ignore although it absolutely runs parallel to this particular debate.
Maybe you can do better than him, G, and tell us why you think non white manager's are so seriously disadvantaged/overlooked in the English game?