League leaders refuse to play due to unpaid wages
On Tuesday 26 February, play resumed in Montenegro’s premier league. But the first round after the winter break was marred by the threat of players refusing to play their match due to unpaid wages.
South Africa: FC AK players continue their strike
The players of FC AK in South Africa are still living up to their ‘No Pay, No Play’ slogan. The South African Football Players Union and FIFPro would like to commend the players for standing together in fighting for their rights.
‘Influence of underworld on clubs is underestimated’
Europol recently presented the results of a lengthy investigation into match-fixing in pro football. FIFPro secretary general Theo van Seggelen responds to the investigation in an interview with the Dutch newspaper Trouw.
FIFPro disturbed by racist abuse of Milton Núñez
FIFPro wants to offer its support to Milton Omar Núñez, a player of Guatemalan Premier League club Universidad San Carlos. FIFPro is appalled that Milton has been racially abused several times in the past few weeks.
FIFPro supports clean and fair football
FIFA announced that it is developing a biological passport for footballers. FIFPro has some questions about the approach; a sanction that is based solely on a deviation in the biological passport is totally unacceptable.
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