FIFPro doubts effect introduction salary cap
FIFPro doubts if the introduction of a transfer cap can help solve the financial problems of clubs. The World players’ union is willing to talk about the implementation of a salary cap, but it thinks that a transfer cap will have more impact.
Spanish referee stops match due to racist abuse fans
Another new chapter in the fight against racism in football. Last Sunday referee Pino Zamorano halted the match between Real Betis and Cartagena due to misbehaviour of supporters.
FIFPro wants clarity about licensing systems
According to UEFA only 3 of its 53 members don’t have a domestic licensing system implemented. Nevertheless, there are still numerous players who don’t get paid. FIFPro has its doubts about the quality standards.
Two new victims of burglary in England: Neill and Jagielka
Lucas Neill and Phil Jagielka are two of the latest victims of burglars in England. Both Everton players were robbed last week.
FIFPro demands sanctions in financial fair play concept
FIFPro supports UEFA in its efforts to fight the financial problems in football. But the World players’ union demands sanctions for clubs who don’t obey the rules of UEFA’s new licensing system.
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