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Transfer system negotiations break down

Negotiations being driven by FIFPro, the World Footballers' Association, to reform football's player transfer system stalled at the first major hurdle last week after representatives of the leagues and the clubs refused to agree to key proposals to protect players who are not paid their wages on time or who have their contracts unjustly terminated. > Read more

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