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FIFPro Africa takes future into its own hands

The ninth FIFPro Division Africa Congress, held in Windhoek (Namibia), represented something of a radical departure, with the 12 member unions adopting a new, joint approach to the problems that continue to beset football in the majority of African nations – namely the recognition of player status and the introduction of standard contracts. > Read more

Europe

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Americas

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Player union movement growing worldwide

Africa

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FIFPro History: First Meeting

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Asia/Oceania

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Australia's CBA talks intensify

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Press release

FIFPro responds to governance concerns

FIFPro-UEFA launch joint legal action

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Women

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