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In the week that Malky Mackay faced allegations about text messages he is claimed to have shared with Iain Moody while Cardiff manager, we speak to Kick It Out chairman Lord Herman Ouseley and former FA chairman Lord David Triesman about the key issues. We also speak to Stoke manager Mark Hughes ahead of his side’s game against Hull. There’s athletics chat as Mo Farah anticipates the Birmingham Grand Prix following his European Championship success, while Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington enthuses about the club’s Challenge Cup final win. Also, Jimmy Armfield pays tribute to James Alexander Gordon, who sadly passed away this week after reading the football results on BBC Radio for almost 40 years.
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