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Topic - Professional Footballers' Association
The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) is the trade union for professional footballers in England and Wales. The world's oldest professional sport trade union, it has 4,000 members. - Source: Wikipedia
In the latest chapter of Luis Suarez's controversial career, the Uruguayan bit the arm of Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic during Sunday's 2-2 draw in the Premier League.
All professional soccer players and managers in England and newcomers from abroad will have "cultural lessons" regarding discrimination as part of proposals to fight racism.
All professional soccer players and managers in England and newcomers from abroad will have cultural lessons regarding discrimination as part of proposals to fight racism.
After four days of foul-mouthed evidence that provided insight into soccer's crude culture, Chelsea captain John Terry was cleared Friday of racially abusing an opponent.
New York Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry has flown to London to visit Fabrice Muamba as his former Arsenal teammate recovers from cardiac arrest during a match.
English soccer player Fabrice Muamba showed encouraging signs on Tuesday in his recovery from a cardiac arrest, three days after collapsing on the field during a match.