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English manager Stuart Baxter sacked by Odisha after shocking rape comments

Indian Super League side Odisha FC have fired manager Stuart Baxter after the English coach made an appalling rape analogy following a 1-0 loss against Jamshedpur. Baxter, who has previously had stints in charge of South Africa and Finland, left his current club with little choice but to part ways after his recent controversial post-match comments.
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Indian club Odisha FC sack head coach Stuart Baxter after ‘rape’ comments

Indian Super League side Odisha FC sacked their English head coach Stuart Baxter (pictured) for making “unacceptable” comments referencing rape in a post-match interview in Goa. Baxter, 67, made the comments after Odisha lost 1-0 to Jamshedpur. Baxter, who was formerly head coach of South Africa, said that one of...
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Stuart Baxter sacked by Indian football club Odisha over comments about rape

(CNN) — Stuart Baxter has been sacked from his position as manager by Indian Super League club Odisha after making comments about rape during a post-match interview. The British former professional footballer made the comments about refereeing decisions during his side's defeat to Jamshedpur on Monday. "You need decisions to...
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Stuart Baxter: Odisha sack boss for 'unacceptable' post-match comments

Indian Super League side Odisha have sacked English head coach Stuart Baxter after he made "completely unacceptable" comments in a post-match interview. The 67-year-old made reference to rape as he criticised refereeing decisions following his side's 1-0 defeat by Jamshedpur. Baxter previously managed the South Africa and Finland national sides...
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Stuart Baxter sacked by Indian Super League side Odisha for ‘unacceptable’ rape comment

Indian Super League (ISL) side Odisha have sacked head coach Stuart Baxter for making "unacceptable" comments referencing rape in a post-match interview. Baxter, who was previously South Africa's head coach, said after his team's 1-0 defeat by Jamshedpur on Monday that one of his players "would have to rape someone or get raped himself if he was going to get a penalty."
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Indian Super League side Odisha sack manager Stuart Baxter after Englishman went on bizarre rant and claimed his players must 'rape or be raped to get a penalty'

An English manager in charge of Indian Super League side Odisha has been sacked after claiming his players must 'rape or get raped to win a penalty'. Stuart Baxter's extraordinary outburst came when he conducted a post-match interview having seen his team lose 1-0 to Jamshedpur. The 67-year-old went on...
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Indian club condemns manager Stuart Baxter for rape analogy

Indian Super League club Odisha is appalled manager Stuart Baxter used an offensive analogy about rape over a refereeing decision after losing to Jamshedpur on Monday. Baxter coached South Africa before being hired last year by Odisha, which lost the match 1-0. You need decisions to go your way and they didnt, Baxter said in a post-match interview on Indians Star Sports television. I dont know when were going to get a penalty. I think one of my players would have to rape someone or get raped himself if he was going to get a penalty.
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'Odisha have had chances to beat big teams' - Stuart Baxter hoping for a positive result against Bengaluru FC

Odisha have had a few encouraging performances in the 2020-21 Indian Super League (ISL) of late but there haven't been enough of such matches to lift them off the bottom spot. The Kalinga Warriors have picked just one win this season in the form of a 4-2 win against Kerala Blasters and have just seven points from 12 games. They will be looking for a positive result as they face Bengaluru FC on Sunday. The Blues emerged victorious by a 2-1 margin the last time the two sides met in December, when the Blues were led by Carles Cuadrat who has since parted ways with the club after a poor run of form.