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Trafficking football players in Portugal

Young footballers come to Portugal under the promise of playing professional football but end up abandoned by agents and even clubs themselves. They find themselves alone, with no money or way of returning home. These are stories of desperation that are becoming increasingly common in the history of football in Portugal. A report by the Portuguese players’ union SJPF. > Read more

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