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Marc Sampson was born on 8 April, 1986 in Cardiff, United Kingdom, is a Welsh footballer and coach. Discover Marc Sampson's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?

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Occupation sound_department
Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 8 April 1986
Birthday 8 April
Birthplace Cardiff, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Mark Sampson was appointed as a first-team coach of Stevenage on 4 July 2019. Sampson was appointed as caretaker manager on 9 September 2019 after the sacking of Dino Maamria. Subsequently, Sampson was accused of using racist language in a coaches meeting by former first team coach Ali Uzunhasanoglu. Maamria also gave evidence against Sampson. The complaint was made a week after the meeting and after Uzunhasanoglu and Maamria had left the club. Stevenage denied the accusations, while the FA said they would investigate. On 20 November 2019 Sampson was charged by the FA for using racist language. On 15 December 2019 Stevenage announced that Graham Westley would return for this fourth stint as Stevenage's head coach, restoring Sampson to his previous role as a first team coach. During his oversight the club played 18 matches, winning five, with seven draws, and six losses. On 20 January 2020 the charge against Sampson of using racist language was dismissed as not proven by the FA independent commission. On 12 May 2020 Sampson confirmed he was taking legal action after the allegations were dismissed.


On 20 September 2017, Sampson was sacked as the manager of the England women's national team because of what the FA described as, "clear evidence of inappropriate and unacceptable behaviour by a coach" during his tenure as the manager of Bristol Academy prior to his appointment as England coach in 2014. An FA investigation into the allegations that led to his dismissal had concluded in 2014 that, "he did not pose a risk working in the game" but the decision to terminate his employment was taken when senior FA figures read the full report in 2017.


This sacking followed FA investigations into allegations of racist behaviour and remarks by Sampson, brought by Eniola Aluko. The FA oversaw two investigations, the second of them an independent investigation by a barrister, Katharine Newton, which cleared Sampson. The FA reasserted, in their press release regarding his dismissal, that they continued to have confidence in those findings and his dismissal was unrelated to that issue saying, "In respect of investigations into specific allegations made by Eniola Aluko in 2016, The FA stands by the findings of the independent barrister Katharine Newton's investigation. Sampson subsequently brought an unfair dismissal case against the FA.


In December 2013 Sampson was appointed manager of the England women's team. In March 2015 England won the Cyprus Cup. In the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup later in the year, he led England to the semi-finals, marking the first time England had won a match beyond the group stage of a World Cup. After losing the semi-final to Japan, England secured victory in the match for third place, beating Germany for the first time in 21 games.


In 2007, Sampson became head of Swansea City's centre of excellence whilst the club was under the management of Roberto Martínez, working there until 2009. He was appointed manager of Welsh Football League club Taff's Well in November 2008, having previously been youth team coach at the club. The following year, he was also appointed manager of FA Women's Premier League club Bristol Academy, leaving Taff's Well in May 2010. He led the club to finish as runners up in the 2013 FA WSL season, the club's best-ever finish, and to FA Women's Cup finals in 2010–11 and 2012–13.


After completing a BA in sports development at the University of Wales Institute, Sampson was employed by the Football Association of Wales Trust in 2003 as a coach co-ordinator. He went on to become a coach, teaching youth players at Cardiff City.


Mark Geraint Sampson (born 18 October 1982) is a Welsh football coach, who is currently assistant manager at Stevenage football club.