Coach Company, Alexander Arnold, etc. selected as influential black people in British soccer

English Premier League (EPL) Burnley coach Vincent Company (South Africa) and Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold (England) were selected as influential black people in England.

Football Blacklist announced the ‘2023 Blacklist’ on the 29th (local time).

The Football Blacklist was established in 2008 to highlight the achievements of African and Latin American players who have had a positive influence on British football.

The England Football Association (FA), EPL, Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA),

England Football League (EFL), England Professional Match Officials (PGMOL),

League Managers Association (LMA), and Kick It Out, an anti-discrimination organization in the soccer world. 파워볼

Every year, we participate in the selection process for the football blacklist.

Coach Company, who led Burnley’s promotion, was selected in the leadership category.

Coach Compani confirmed early promotion to the EPL with 7 games left until the end of the season in the 2022-2023 Championship (second division).

This season, they have accumulated 13 points in the EPL and remain in 19th place, which is in the relegation zone.

Birmingham City women’s team director Hope Powell, former England national team coach,

was also selected as an influential leader.

Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold was selected in the player category.

Right fullback Alexander-Arnold played a key role in Liverpool’s attack and defense last season,

scoring 4 goals and providing 10 assists in 47 official games.

Alexander Arnold, who has 2 goals and 4 assists in 21 league games this season,

has been sidelined since the 13th of last month due to a ruptured knee ligament.

Burnley striker Lyle Foster (South Africa) and Manchester City youth team member Leverkusen defender Jeremy Frimpong (Netherlands) were also included.

Liverpool’s Nikita Paris (England) and Chelsea Women’s Jessica Carter (England) of the England Women’s Super League (WSL) were also named.

Football Blacklist co-founder Leon Mann said, “Although 43% of EPL ground members are black, there is still a lack of diversity.

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