English PFA wants to shorten disciplinary process
The England Professional Footballers Association wants to change the disciplinary process of the country’s football association, the FA. Some decisions are simply taking too much time, with negative consequences for all parties.
FIFPro against players taking lie detector tests
FIFPro totally disagrees with the decision of the Bulgarian club Lokomotiv Plovdiv to order their players and coaches to take lie detector tests. ‘Simply put: the lie detector tests are dubious.’
‘Nicosia declaration small blow in match-fixing fight’
FIFPro welcomes the Nicosia Declaration on the Fight against Match-fixing, which was adopted during the EU Sport Forum 2012, held recently on Cyprus. ‘We are largely in agreement with the statement.’
Didier Drogba: 'Football rises in the East as well…'
FIFPro visited Didier Drogba, the captain of the national team of Ivory Coast and honorary president of FIFPro Division Africa. Drogba talks with FIFPro about football in Ivory Coast and his new adventure in China.
Austrian union sets Salzburg ultimatum
Red Bull Salzburg has to cancel the banishment of the 5 footballers from the first team squad within 8 days, otherwise the Austrian professional footballers association VdF will take legal action on behalf of these players.
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