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City football boss named in Black List.

A FOOTBALL manager who received an MBE for services to the community has been invited to an awards ceremony in London to celebrate the most influential black people in the sport for the third year running.

Lincoln Moses, from Birmingham who became the manager of Britain's first black-led football club, has been included in The Black List for 2011 - which recognises the achievement off the field from members of the Afro-Caribbean community in the UK.

The Continental Star FC manager - an ambassador for Kick It Out, is one of 50 people who will be honoured at the event at the offices of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games & Paralympic Games Limited (LOCOG) on October 26.

The Black List is published in The Voice newspaper annually. It includes people in management and also from the community, administration, media, campaigners and commercial. This year's list includes Stan Collymore, Ian Taylor and Brendon Batson.
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Oct 11, 2011
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