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Wayne Rooney record breaker

Wayne Rooney Breaks Manchester United Goalscoring Record

22/01/2017

Huge congratulations from all at the PFA goes to Wayne Rooney who broke Sir Bobby Charlton’s long standing record to become Manchester United's outright all-time highest scorer.... Read more

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Show Racism the Red Card: Thierry Henry interview

20/01/2017

Thierry shares his advice, experiences and thoughts about racism in sport and society.... Read more

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PFA launch ‘Paul Futcher Fund’ skin cancer awareness campaign

12/01/2017

The Professional Footballers Association (PFA) has announced the launch of the ‘Paul Futcher Fund’ in an attempt to raise awareness of skin cancer.... Read more

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Former England Manager Graham Taylor dies aged 72

12/01/2017

All at the PFA are deeply saddened to learn that former England manager Graham Taylor has died at the age of 72.... Read more

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Pompey set to host Sporting Memories Game

12/01/2017

Saturday’s fixture at Fratton Park is, in partnership with Portsmouth in the Community, The Sporting Memories Foundation, and ‘stranded-up-north’ Pompey fan Andy Tysoe aka @dementiaboy, celebrating the history and heritage of the club and raising awareness of dementia.... Read more

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Kelly Smith announces her retirement

12/01/2017

Kelly Smith, England women’s record goalscorer, has announced her retirement from football.... Read more

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Show Racism the Red Card: 2017 School Competition

11/01/2017

The Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) School Competition sees young people from schools throughout England create their own anti-racism messages in a variety of formats and is the largest equalities-themed competition for young people in the country. ... Read more

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The 2016 FIFA FIFPro World 11

10/01/2017

This annual vote is organized by FIFPro, the global representative of professional footballers, which through its member unions invited players to pick a team of 1 goalkeeper, 4 defenders, 3 midfielders and 3 forwards.... Read more