Kick out it says it is”concerned” never have summarized the reasons why Peter Beardsley left the team following racism and bullying claims.

Under-23s coach Beardsley, 58, had been on leave since a club investigation started.

Kick out it, an anti-discrimination charity, said it would”encourage” the team to be”transparent” when Beardsley left as a result of the allegations.

Beardsley faced ailments, including among bullying by academy midfielder Yasin Ben El-Mhanni.

Kick It Out said in a statement:”We’re continuing to ascertain what the FA’s analysis includes and might welcome a quick and informative outcome for everybody involved.”

After departing the Magpies, at which he made 326 appearances as a player, Beardsley said the”time was to look for a fresh challenge”.

He also added:”I’ve consistently honoured my contractual duties of confidentiality to the club maintained my silence, that includes been very hard.”

said it was”thankful for its donation Peter has given over the years like a player, coach and ambassador and we h him well for its long run”.

In 2003, academy and Beardsley manager Kenny Wharton faced a premier-league investigation over allegations of bullying made by childhood players James Beaumont and Ross Gardner however, the case was dismissed.

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