The under-representation and experiences of elite level minority coaches in professional football in England, France and the Netherlands

@article{Bradbury2017TheUA,
  title={The under-representation and experiences of elite level minority coaches in professional football in England, France and the Netherlands},
  author={Steven Bradbury and Jacco van Sterkenburg and Patrick Mignon},
  journal={International Review for the Sociology of Sport},
  year={2017},
  volume={53},
  pages={313 - 334}
}
This article will examine the previously under-researched area of the under-representation and experiences of elite level minority (male) coaches in (men’s) professional football in Western Europe. More specifically, the article will draw on original interview data with 40 elite level minority coaches in England, France and the Netherlands and identify a series of key constraining factors which have limited the potential for and realization of opportunities for career progression across the… 
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