Saka included on Football Black List

Bukayo Saka celebrates after beating Brighton

Bukayo Saka has been included in this year's Football Black List - an initiative shining a light on the most influential Black people in British football. 

Our attacker is one of five currently-active players selected for their efforts in promotion inclusion off the pitch, alongside England teammates Marcus Rashford and Raheem Sterling, Andre Gray of Aris and Jamaica and Charlotte Lynch, who plays for Leyton Orient Women.

Meanwhile, former Gunner Lianne Sanderson has also been recognised for her work in the LGBTQ+ category, recognizing work by Black individuals and allies in challenging homophobia in society through football. 

The Football Black List was founded in 2008 by journalists Leon Mann and Rodney Hinds, and highlights leaders working across all areas of the game from the Black community. A panel of experts drawn from the football industry and the Black community independently vote on nominations made by the public to determine who makes the list. 

The panel included representation from the Premier League, The Football Association, League Managers Association, English Football League, PGMOL, BCOMS and Kick It Out.

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