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South African players say no to xenophobia

Neither in society, nor in football is there any place for racism and xenophobia. That is the firm message of the South African professional footballers union (SAFPU) and the players of the national teams of South Africa, both male and female. SAFPU issued an emotional statement, which was supported by all members of Bafana Bafana and Banyana Banyana Showing Racism the Red Card. > Read more

Europe

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Americas

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Player union movement growing worldwide

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Africa

FIFPro History: First Meeting

FIFPro Congress to be held in Tokyo

Video: President Piat on Belounis’ freed...

Zahir Belounis: “The struggle continues!...

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Asia/Oceania

Transfer system negotiations break down

Conference on footballers rights in Indo...

Bresciano case exposes need to reform FI...

FIFPro launches 50th year

FIFPro targets key objectives

Non-payment

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