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Southampton Football Club left a paedophile youth coach " free to continue" his abuse of boys, an independent report has found.
Bob Higgins was jailed for 24 years in 2019 for sexually touching trainees in the 1970s and 1980s.
A report by Barnardo's, commissioned by The Club , said its board should have acted on rumours about Higgins which " seemed to be rife".
The Club said it had " no excuse" for the failure to act.
Higgins was, predominantly Southampton and Peterborough United trainees, between 1971 and 1996.
Former trainees described being abused during massages, in Higgins' car, at training camps and while staying at his house.
Among its conclusions, The Report by The Children 's charity found there was " no managerial oversight" of boys staying overnight at Higgins' home, and the board had been " neglectful" in not addressing the issue.
It said the board " took no action, leaving boys vulnerable and Higgins free to continue abusing them".
" Despite assertions to the contrary, the board and/or management must at some point have heard or been told about stories circulating about Higgins and if This Was so, they failed to take any action to find out whether there could be any substance to the rumours, " it said.
" By not doing so, either intentionally or by default, The Club failed to put the safety and welfare of boys concerned first. "
The Barnado's report said when his alleged sexual abuse of boys was brought to the board's attention, it did not immediately inform The Police - Something which it called a " dramatic let-down" for those involved.
" This left them and other boys vulnerable to ongoing abuse by Higgins which impacted upon their lives as children and The Adults they became, " it said.
Those abused were " offered no support and were left to make sense for themselves of All That happened" it added.
In its response to The Report , Southampton FC said there had been a " complete institutional failure" on its part.
" It cannot be possible that anyone could fail to regard any coach having so many children stay at their house or engage in so many extremely odd behaviours around children as highly unusual and inappropriate. "
He Said : " There's no reasoning behind why they wouldn't have reported these allegations about Higgins or investigated at least.
" The heartbreaking thing is that if Something had been done then then none of these lads would have been affected.
Earlier this year, a report by Clive Sheldon QC into sex abuse in football said a but it was dismissed as " malicious gossip".
That report also said Southampton could have reported an allegation of abuse to Police " more quickly" and failed to carry out any of its own inquiries at The Time to find out if other boys may have been victims.
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