New contracts after FIFPro Tournament 2009
As already reported earlier the level of the FIFPro Tournament 2009 was higher than ever. The strong Portugal team, that nevertheless finished as sixth, has already seen five of its players sign a new contract.
First win under Australia?s National Dispute Resolution Chamber
Wellington Phoenix has been ordered to pay former player Lei Lei Gao NZ$52,177.46 after the Australian National Dispute Resolution Chamber (NDRC) found that the club did not have just cause to terminate its playing contract with the Chinese star in Novemb
Successful congress of Division America in Uruguay
Last week FIFPro?s Division America, formerly FAFPro, held its annual congress in Montevideo, Uruguay. The congress, chaired by FIFPro president Gerardo Movilla and general secretary Theo van Seggelen, went extremely successfully and a great deal of progr
Manchester United stars support establishment of Malaysian PFA
Manchester United captain Gary Neville and Welsh winger Ryan Giggs held a meeting with members of the Malaysian national team to explain the benefits of supporting the establishment of a Professional Footballers? Association (PFA).
Article 17: Rummenigge furious, FIFPro reacts
Last week FIFPro made known its criticism of the alleged agreement between the clubs of the ECA not to use article 17 of the FIFA regulations. ECA chairman Rummenigge reacted to this as though he had been stung by a bee.
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