An England player was left “shocked” after being the subject of alleged ‘racial’ remarks made by women’s national team head coach Mark Sampson.
Sampson is accused of saying – in 2015 – that the unnamed player had been arrested a number of times.
The alleged comments emerged after a bullying and harassment complaint was made by England striker Eniola Aluko.
When contacted by BBC Sport, the FA reiterated that an independent report found no evidence of wrongdoing.
Striker Aluko, who has 102 England caps, included the allegations in her case against Sampson, which were sent to the FA last year.
When details were leaked on 7 August about the bullying and harassment case, they did not include the alleged remarks made to the player, which Aluko claimed had “derogatory, racial and prejudicial connotations”.
The comments are understood to have made the victim feel extremely uncomfortable.