Crawley Town are set to part company with manager John Yems.Yems, 62, was originally suspended by the League Two club after he was accused of using...
Crawley Town are set to part company with manager John Yems.
Yems, 62, was originally suspended by the League Two club after he was accused of using discriminatory language towards his players.
Crawley said they were taking the allegations “seriously” when they suspended Yems on April 23. Lewis Young has been acting as their caretaker manager since.
The club previously said in a statement: “We take these allegations seriously and, effective immediately, have suspended him indefinitely as we investigate and consider further punitive action.
“Let us be clear: Crawley Town Football Club stands behind our players, employees and supporters, and we will never tolerate racism or discrimination of any kind.”
Crawley Town will end their campaign at relegated Oldham Athletic on Saturday. They go into the game in 12th position.
Yems took over the club for the second time in December 2019. He previously had a spell at the club as their caretaker manager.John Yems: Crawley set to part company with manager after accusations of discriminatory language - The Athletic View Story