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Danish PFA gets new CBA’s for national teams

The Danish professional footballers association (Spillerforeningen) and the Danish football association (DBU) ended their conflict by agreeing upon new collective bargaining agreements (CBA) for the three Danish national teams (men's, women's and U-21). This is a great reward for the solidarity among all members of the three Danish national football teams. > Read more

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Non-payment

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Anti-racism

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Unions and national teams oppose racism

Match-fixing

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World XI

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