CARNEIRO AND FA AT ODDS OVER HEARING; SPECIAL REPORT EVA CARNEIRO Yesterday Failing to Request a the Findings.' Provide or Wished to Make

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CARNEIRO AND FA AT ODDS OVER HEARING; SPECIAL REPORT EVA CARNEIRO Yesterday Failing to Request a the Findings.' Provide or Wished to Make


Byline: MATT LAWTON and NEIL ASHTON

EVA CARNEIRO yesterday broke her silence on the clash which cost her her job as Chelsea's team doctor and started a fullscale row with the Football Association.

Carneiro issued a statement accusing the FA of failing to call her as a witness as part of their investigation into allegations that Jose Mourinho verbally abused her during the match against Swansea on August 8. But the governing body hit back by insisting they had made attempts to contact her via her lawyers, who are now leading Carneiro's pursuit for constructive dismissal after she was stripped of her first-team duties.

Sportsmail revealed earlier this week that Carneiro was not spoken to by FA officials before they concluded that Chelsea's manager had no case to answer after reviewing video evidence. Now Carneiro, who was publicly criticised by Mourinho for responding to the referee's call to treat the seemingly injured Eden Hazard, has issued a stinging statement which accuses the FA of also failing to request a statement from her when, last season, she was allegedly subjected to sexist abuse during a match at West Ham. 'I was surprised to learn that the FA was allegedly investigating the incident of August 8 via the press,' she said. 'I was at no stage requested by the FA to make a statement. 'I wonder whether this might be the only formal investigation in this country where the evidence of the individuals involved in the incident was not considered relevant. …

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