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50 Years FIFPro Worlds Players Union

Legal experts discuss TPO, minors, arbitration

Improvements in FIFA Regulations, the ban on Third Party Ownership and its consequences for the players, and interesting points of view concerning arbitration clauses were some of the issues discussed during FIFPro America’s third legal conference, held last week in Bogota by the Colombian professional footballers association, Acolfutpro. > Read more

Americas

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