Former Cardiff City youngster Ibrahim Farah accuses Malky Mackay of racism

Cardiff manager Malky Mackay prior to kick-off in the match against Manchester United on November 24, 2013
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Former Cardiff City youngster Ibrahim Farah accuses Malky Mackay of racism during his time in Wales.

Malky Mackay has been accused of being racist during his time with Cardiff City by one of the club's former players, Ibrahim Farah.

It has been reported that Mackay missed out on becoming Crystal Palace manager due to a dossier of alleged misconduct given to the Football Association by Cardiff chairman Vincent Tan, with racist, homophobic and sexist messages believed to be the subject of the documents.

Farah, who left Cardiff in 2012, appears to have backed up those suggestions by claiming that Mackay was racist on a number of occasions in front of him, and that he referred to him as a "wee Egyptian" despite being born in Wales and having parents from Somaliland.

Mackay is yet to respond to the reported dossier put forward by Tan.

Malky Mackay, manager of Cardiff City shows his frustration during the Barclays Premier League match between Cardiff City and Southampton at Cardiff City Stadium on December 26, 2013
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