Kick it Out
While one might imagine that there is a significant cultural gulf between India and suburban Kent, Guru Nanak FC have done much to forge a bond between the two. Now a multicultural football club, they have their roots in the local Sikh community.
In the aftermath of his retirement from football, Carlisle lost his “identity and belonging”. He attempted suicide. Now, he’s spoken about the difficulty of leaving professional sport behind.
"Rich conservatives who own a lot of things are also the quickest to crack down on anything that has a hint of danger or violence involved in it."
English soccer has a diversity problem, which is no surprise given how quickly some have rushed to defend an overt racist.