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FIFPro denounces debts of Ecuadorian clubs

The Ecuadorian Footballers’ Association (AFE) categorically rejects the statements made to the press by the President of the Football Committee of Barcelona SC Guayaquil questioning the  declarations by the Club’s players, who claimed that they are owed three months’ pay, because the club executive considers that “they have not played well, and the results go hand in hand with the financial side. And what Checa said should not have been made public”. > Read more

Africa

UFC-FIFPro: unsigned players’ tournament...

Gabon : ANFPG steps up a gear

FIFPro Africa takes future into its own ...

South African players say no to xenophob...

Zimbabwe Union: "We're victims of our su...

Asia/Oceania

FIFPro set to influence Laws of the Game...

FIFPro Congress to be held in Tokyo

Socceroos boycott FA commercial events

PFA releases A-League Injury Report

Australia's CBA impasse escalates

Press release

FIFPro launches 50th year

FIFPro targets key objectives

Suspended when sick, Ariosa wins compens...

FIFPro teams up with Homeless World Cup

African minors in Laos must be released...

Tournament Europe

Jobs above all in FIFPro Tournament

Czech Jarosik earns tournament MVP title...

Czech comeback kings dethrone Spain

Czechs out to end Spanish reign

Spain cruises to Final berth

TAGS_FIFPRO

Player Associations crucial to good gove...

FIFPro bolsters UNI World Athletes

FIFPro Tournament heats up in Sweet 16

Australia's CBA talks intensify

FIFPro on Blatter's resignation

Women

Video: the Global Voice of Female Footba...

FIFPro launches global outreach initiati...

Do as Marta, Abby and Nadine did: Join F...

MEDIA ALERT: FIFPro in Vancouver, July 3...

FIFPro to observe injuries at Women’s W...