Ex-Premier League referee Bobby Madley says he has accepted an opportunity to officiate in England again.Madley was sacked by Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) in 2018 after sending a video mocking a disabled person to a friend.Following discussions with PGMOL, Madley will return as an official at League One and League Two level from…

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Ex-Premier League referee Bobby Madley says he has current an opportunity to officiate in England as soon as more.

Madley became sacked by Knowledgeable Game Match Officers Restricted (PGMOL) in 2018 after sending a video mocking a disabled person to a chum.

Following discussions with PGMOL, Madley will return as a wonderful at League One and League Two degree from the commence of next season.

Madley, 34, says he has also agreed to help an FA discrimination workshop.

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In January, Bobby Madley urged Football Focus why he became sacked by PGMOL

In a weblog post, Madley wrote: “Eighteen months previously I lost my dream job as a talented football referee due my gain regrettable, naive and expressionless actions.

“I’m gay on the opposite hand that I even consider been given the opportunity to come help to referee in the expert sport in England.”

He added: “I’m no longer proud of my actions in 2018 and I even consider learned from this and feel I’m a bigger and stronger person for it.

“PGMOL dealt with what they even handed a discriminatory act in the strongest scheme. There can be no criticism for that and I even consider by no scheme sought to enact the relaxation moreover respect the choice and to learn from it as a person.

“I will completely thank them for being in a position to forgive, recognise that one naive moment does no longer clarify a person and provide me a 2nd probability to enact what I devour to enact.”

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