“We look forward to the next round of Crowley Town Football Club,” club co-chairman Preston Johnson said in a statement Friday.
“We have the opportunity to build a rich history of over 125 years and take this club to the next level. We look forward to partnering with our players and supporters as we build a team and community that Be a fan. Proud – both on and off the pitch. “
CNN tried to reach Yams through the club but did not respond immediately.
Earlier, the English FA told CNN it was investigating the allegations against Yems. The FA told CNN on Friday that his position was still valid.
In April, the club announced that Ames had been suspended pending investigation and said racism and discrimination of any kind would not be tolerated.
The club said in a statement on April 23 that “Crowley Town Football Club has been informed of serious and credible allegations that first-team manager John Yams used discriminatory language and treatment of our players.”
“We take these allegations seriously and with immediate effect, we have suspended them indefinitely as we investigate and consider further penalties. Let us be clear: Crowley Town Ft. The Ball Club stands with its players, employees and supporters, and we will never tolerate racism or discrimination of any kind. “
Tony Burnett, CEO of Kick It Out, an organization for equality and inclusion, said: “I want to be clear, these are allegations, but they are very serious.
“If football is going to go beyond such incidents, we need to empower everyone who observes such discrimination to report it. We need people to Feel safe knowing that their reports will be taken seriously, and that they have the support of wider allies.
Crowley Town FC are currently 12th in League Two and their next schedule is to play Oldham Athletic on May 7.
The club said the search for a new manager would begin immediately and that assistant manager Lewis Young would continue to serve as interim manager for the remainder of the season.