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  Sex and Football Culture Friday 10 October 2003  
It's been a pretty shameful week for English football - missed drug tests, a player fined for violent conduct and another for disorderly behaviour. Most serious of all are two separate allegations of rape by young women. One of the, a 17 year old school girl, alleges she was attacked by up to seven men including a number of Premiership footballers in a London hotel.

So is misogyny now a part of the football culture? Journalist Flick Everett, sex and relationship expert for Company magazine and Guardian columnist David Aaronovitch join Sheila to discuss the issues.

BBC News - Second arrest over hotel 'rape'


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