Kick It Out apologise to Brighton for comments on sacking of Chris Hughton

• Organisation apologise for inference sacking linked to ethnicity
• Townsend: coaching opportunities now ‘worse than square one’

Anti-discrimination campaigners Kick It Out have issued an unreserved apology to Brighton following comments by head of development Troy Townsend concerning the departure of Chris Hughton.

The Seagulls achieved Premier League survival for the second season under Hughton, but he was sacked a day after their campaign ended with a 4-1 home defeat which saw Manchester City crowned champions.

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