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FIFPro Europe supports transfer system reform

A resolution has been adopted today which saw FIFPro's 29 European member countries unanimously support the global campaign to challenge football's crippled transfer system. Details of the legal strategy received their backing during a two-day General Assembly of FIFPro Division Europe at the Westin Hotel in Dublin. > Read more

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