Date: 15th January 2008 at 1:46pm
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Watford manager Aidy Boothroyd says his faith has been restored after young midfielder Al Bangura was granted a work permit at a Home Office hearing yesterday.

Boothroyd said “I said at the start of this process [Bangura`s appeal against deportation] that ultimately I had faith in British justice and I`m delighted that faith has been justified”.

The Hornets supremo had originally gone on record as calling Home Office officials ‘pen pushers` and had branded the whole judicial system as ‘totally ludicrous` after Bangura was refused the right to stay in the UK despite threats of mutilation should he return to Sierra Leone.