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Head coach Mauricio Pochettino believes the way Tottenham's players responded to the hostile atmosphere of Partizan Belgrade shows they can rise to the occasion under any circumstances.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino was angered by the "unacceptable" anti-Semitic banner displayed by Partizan Belgrade fans in their Europa League opener.
An outspoken critic of the Football Association has refused to stand down from its Inclusion Advisory Board following the issuing of an ultimatum.
Arsene Wenger concedes there is plenty of hard work still to do if homophobia is to be eliminated from football.
The rainbow laces campaign will run for a second season from 8th-13th September 2014.
The PFA has a zero tolerance policy in all areas of discrimination, bigotry and prejudice.
Meet the PFA Equality staff.
All the latest news from the Professional Footballers' Association's Equalities department.
The PFA's Six Point Plan to further the fight against racism. These six broad strands have been the focus of the PFA’s work in tackling discrimination over the course of the past 12 months.
We are proud of our pioneering work in the field of anti-racism, however there are undeniably still issues in the professional game meaning we cannot afford to be complacent.
Homophobia is still very much unchartered territory in football. The PFA are committed to addressing the challange of changing the culture of English football, which currently has no openly gay players.
The PFA has long been supporters of the women’s game and offer players assistance and PFA membership to all WSL1 players.
The PFA support players throughout their playing career and membership continues long after a playing career has ended. We are committed to serving all our members regardless of age.
The PFA work closely with Sports Chaplaincy UK, the Sports Chaplaincy organisation, to ensure that players have spiritual and pastoral support in their working environment.
The PFA want to assist people with a disability the opportunity to watch, play, coach, manage or referee football. Disability does not mean inability and there are elite sports people who also have a disability.
PFA Equalities are proud to work with a variety of organisations that share our expectation and aspirations in tackling all areas of discrimination.