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PFA releases A-League Injury Report

Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) has revealed a failure by some A-League clubs to comply with Minimum Medical Standards following the release of the 2014/15 PFA A-League Injury Report. PFA Chief Executive Adam Vivian made the announcement after the ninth edition of the report revealed that injuries had cost A-League clubs in excess of $4 million for the season. > Read more

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