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Echoing similar revelations in the 1990s, the initial 2016 allegations centred on abuse of young players at Crewe Alexandra and Manchester City due to the clubs' associations with Barry Bennell (previously convicted of sexual abuse offences in the US and UK), who became the first person charged, with (by May 2017) 41 new offences of historical sexual abuse.
By April 2017, the number of affected clubs had grown to 311, with (as of 31 March 2017), 252 identified suspects and 560 potential victims.
The sexual abuse allegations related to several publicly identified individuals, listed below in the order of which they were named as the scandal developed in late 2016 and early 2017 (some individuals, including Bennell, Ormond, Langford and Torbett, had previously been named and convicted for earlier offences of sexual abuse).
On 16 November 2016, former Crewe defender Andy Woodward alleged in an interview with Daniel Taylor of The Guardian newspaper that he had been the victim of child sexual abuse by former football coach Barry Bennell at the club in the 1980s Doubt regarding Crewe's claims of ignorance began to emerge on 25 November.
First, Hamilton Smith, a director at Crewe Alexandra from 1986 to 1990, told the Guardian that the club heard an allegation that Bennell had sexually abused a junior footballer.