The search for stars of the future from diverse backgrounds



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Jas Athwal, leader of Redbridge council & former semi-professional footballer, is working with Leyton Orient to provide opportunities for talented youngsters from diverse backgrounds.

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14 thoughts on “The search for stars of the future from diverse backgrounds

  1. England is predominantly a white country so therefore there’s more likely to be more potential in a Caucasian than any other ethnic groups hence why there’s more white people in both England men and women’s national squads.
    Doesn’t take Einstein to figure that one out

  2. When you sacrifice talent and skill because of diversity you are the one being racist. Enough is enough of this blatent racism disguised as being diverse. If they are good then thats what matters. Not skin colour or background

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