Kick out it says it is”concerned” Newcastle 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.”
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.