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Players do their utmost to "Protect Our Game"

FIFPro's reaction to the implementation of the Code of Conduct in an attempt to put a stop to match-fixing in European professional football is one of pride and determination. But the launch of this Code of Conduct does not yet mean that the fight against match-fixing is anywhere near being won. > Read more

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