Mansfield Town chief executive Carolyn Radford is to be a regular panellist on a new SKY TV sports chat show called Ballsy Women, due to air in late March.
The show is designed to give a platform to high profile women from the world of sport.
However, they will also be discussing men’s sport as it was felt that too often there had been a default segregation in terms of who debates sporting matters.
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Along with Carolyn, the panel will include Kath Merry, Olympian medal winner, Gail Emms, another Olympian and regular on BBC’s Fighting Talk, plus political activist, comedian and Question Time sensation, Kate Smurthwaite. Presenter will be Rachael Downie.
The show’s first guest will be Brendon Batson, wearing his FA hat to speak about black and ethnic minority under-representation in English coaching and management.
Carolyn exchanges some interesting debate with Batson and explains Mansfield Town’s policy on BME.
The Football League, are seeking to follow the Rooney Ruling regards positive discrimination next season, at least at Academy level.
Batson will also reflect on West Brom’s iconic 5-3 win at Old Trafford in 78, arguably considered the best top flight game of the last half century.