Ok so I appreciate that this may be a difficult subject but I think it's an important one and would ask for sensible discussion only. In November 2016 a study compiled by the Sports People's Think Tank with help from Loughborough University and anti-racism group the Fare Network was published. It found that although at least a quarter of all professional footballers in England are black, only 17 of the 92 clubs from the top 4 divisions in England had a BAME coach in a senior role. Not a manager, but a coach. Only three were managers, Chris Hughton, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Keith Curle. Hasselbaink has since been sacked by QPR, leaving just two. There are many black ex-professionals such as Sol Campbell who have spoken out about the difficulty of getting interviews despite being far better qualified than some who were hired. You also have the example of David Moyes, someone who has failed badly in his last two jobs but was quickly able to walk into a Premier League job - yet someone like Clarence Seedorf who won the CL with 3 different teams as a player, was one of the best players of his generation, has all his coaching badges and has a brilliant understanding of the game can't even get a job at Oldham Athletic. Why is Claude Makelele only able to be an assistant for a former assistant at a relegation threatened club? Why is Patrick Vieira managing in the MLS? When I hear Sullivan and Gold saying Moyes is the best available, I'm skeptical about their range of thinking but I may be in the minority. Regardless of your background or race, I'd be interested to hear your views - do you back the idea of a minimum quota system for interviews? Is there really a problem at all? If you were in charge of the FA, what would your course of action be?