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English football has introduced new betting regulations that come into force as of 1st August 2014.
As English football introduces new betting regulations, PFA Assistant Chief Executive Simon Barker gives an overview of the PFA's role in educating its members and preventive measures taken to tackle match fixing.
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Put simply the main message for players is: 'You are not allowed to place ANY bet on ANY football, ANYWHERE.'
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You are not allowed to pass inside information on to someone else which they then use for betting.
Football has introduced new betting regulations in order to protect the integrity of the game that come into force as of 1st August 2014.
The rules will govern all players from Level 4 and up. Members need to make sure they are aware of the regulations.
Members who would like further clarification on any of the betting regulations, or would like to speak with the PFA in confidence can phone us on 0161 236 0575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.