Newcastle have launched an investigation after an allegation of bullying was made against Under-23s coach Peter Beardsley.
Players who have given statements regarding the alleged bullying and racism will be interviewed by the club in the coming weeks.
He allegedly made the racist comment during a trip to the Go Ape adventure course
Beardsley will meet with the clubs hierarchy on Monday when allegations and evidence will be put to him.
Reports in Newcastle suggest he arrived at the club's training ground in Benton as normal this morning, only to be asked to travel to the stadium to have further discussions with the club following a meeting with managing director Lee Charnley and head of safeguarding Steve Swinyard yesterday.
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22-year-old Yasin Ben El-Mhanni signed for Newcastle in 2016 after first making his name showing off his soccer skills on the internet and doubling for Ronaldo and Neymar in television commercials. If Newcastle find the case against Beardsley to be proven, it is expected that he will lose his job'. The player says he was also bullied by Beardsley and has told El-Mhanni he is right to speak out.
He left the club in 2006 but, having returned in an ambassadorial role following Mike Ashley's takeover, was appointed as an Academy coach once again in 2009.
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We also reported on Tuesday that five of Beardsley's squad have given witness statements in support of Yasin Ben El-Mhanni, who accuses the former England worldwide of bullying.
El-Mhanni's complaint will be heard at a grievance meeting on Thursday.
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The Premier League and FA have been made aware of the complaints although it remains an internal club matter at this stage.