Dario Gradi sorry for ‘not recognising signs’ of Barry Bennell abuse

Dario Gradi sorry for ‘not recognising signs’ of Barry Bennell abuse

The Guardian

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  • Former Crewe manager offers ‘deepest sympathy’ to survivors
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Dario Gradi has apologised for “not recognising signs of abuse” carried out at Crewe Alexandra by the former football coach and serial paedophile Barry Bennell.

Bennell, who was working at the club in the 1980s and 90s, is serving a 34-year sentence after being convicted of child sexual abuse five times. He was described by the sentencing judge as “the devil incarnate”.

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