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Following an investigation into his participation in a march coordinated by the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA), West Ham has reinstated academy coach Mark Phillips.

West Ham reinstate suspended academy coach - Eurosport

After Phillips participated in a DFLA march through downtown London in October, the Hammers suspended him. Phillips then defended the organization on Twitter, responding to accusations of racism and Islamophobia.

“West Ham United can confirm that academy coach Mark Phillips has been reinstated to his role in accordance with employment law and has been reminded of his responsibilities following suspension and subsequent investigation,” the club said in a statement.

Phillips was suspended by West Ham after the club opened an inquiry for possible violations of club standards in his social media activities.

According to Press Association Sport, the club’s investigation revealed that Phillips’ violations of the Hammers’ social media policy and attempts to damage the club’s reputation did not provide enough justification for his dismissal.

However, Phillips, who oversees West Ham’s under-18 team, has received one last warning for his behavior.

After completing the required training on prejudice and discriminatory concerns for all West Ham staff members, he will return to his coaching role at the team.

Following accusations that the DFLA was “far right” and responsible for violence between anti-fascist demonstrators and the police, Phillips confirmed he had been to the march and went on to defend the group on Twitter.

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