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Does football need CAS?

FIFPro has serious concerns about the functioning of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), as the institution clearly lacks basic principles such as independence, equal representation and accessibility. This leads to the question whether football really needs CAS, says FIFPro's Head of Legal Department, Wil van Megen. > Read more

Europe

Danish PFA gets new CBA’s for national t...

Player threatened with gun over missed p...

Players want Maltese transfer system abo...

Serbian union and FIFPro help flood vict...

Racism must be eradicated from top to bo...

Americas

FIFPro Europe votes to pursue legal acti...

FIFA heat policy insufficient

Expert Group discusses changes to transf...

FIFPro looks beyond Qatar winter switch ...

FIFPro set to influence Laws of the Game...

World XI

Twenty defenders on shortlist for FIFA F...

French champions aiming for World XI sel...

World XI: Kolo Touré invites all other f...

Chelsea’s players eyeing comeback in Wor...

FIFA FIFPro World XI: the reserve teams

Africa

Zimbabwe ban: FUZ urges FA to take actio...

FIFPro History: First Meeting

Unions in France and DR Congo mourn

Morocco: "It's always the players who pa...

Unions and national teams oppose racism

Press release

Transfer system negotiations break down

FIFPro launches 50th year

FIFPro presents the 2014 FIFA FIFPro Wor...

Each country’s 2014 World XI

2014 FIFA FIFPro World XI: How they fini...

Non-payment

Brazil players' union salutes financial ...

Insolvency is hurting footballers in Rom...

Social security for players in Venezuela...

Colombia: controls body must punish club...

Venezuela: Players frustrated by “sleepi...