Decision in Matuzalem case not unfavourable for players
In a ruling of 19 May 2009 the Court of arbitration for sport, CAS decided on the Matuzalem case. According to FIFPro this case is certainly not a revision of the Webster case but merely a case by case decision with some critical elements that have not be
Players and Coaches of Russia launch campaign ‘WE WANT FAIR FOOTBALL’
According to the Russian football players, the corruption is the main force that prevents the development of their football. Fixed matches do not only poison the Russian football, but also make out of players’ career a misery, put the coaches into the hum
Chile: Using artificial turf in football - the debate enters the park
It's a hot topic now - in Chile and all over the world. Although the use of synthetic turf is spreading, its suitability is in dispute. Local and international players, are lining up to have their say. The Chilean players' union SIFUP reports.
A better life for professional football players after their playing days
South African Football Players Union in collaboration with the Johan Cruyff Academic Institute and the University of Johannesburg, Department of Sport and Movement Studies hosted a workshop for Professional football players last week at the University of
FIFPro meeting for new Eastern European players’ unions
Last week at the FIFPro headquarters in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands, a two-day meeting took place for new players’ unions from the former Eastern Bloc: Serbia, Montenegro, Ukraine, Georgia and Kazakhstan were represented at the meeting.
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