An Update from Sports Resolutions on the Professional Footballers Association (PFA) Review Panel

Thomas Linden QC steps down from Sport Resolutions Panel of Arbitrators and Mediators due to his new judicial responsibilities

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Member Matters: Rainbow Laces Campaign 2019

An integral part of the annual football calendar, last year the ‘Rainbow Laces’ campaign reached more than 12 million people, using brightly coloured rainbow laces to increase the visibility of LGBT players and their allies within sport.

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Spotlight: Boots to Business

This Global Entrepreneurship Week, we caught up with Kenna Ngoma to find out what he’s been up to since football, and what running your own business is really like.

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Six QPR players become Trust ambassadors

Dominic Ball, Geoff Cameron, Ilias Chair, Joe Lumley, Conor Masterson and Angel Rangel have all pledged their support to the club’s charitable arm.

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Deji Oshilaja visits Premier League Kicks programme

Charlton Athletic defender Deji Oshilaja visited CACT’s Premier League Kicks session, held at Garrard Academy in Erith.

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Focus: Mental Health on International Men’s Day

Director of Player Welfare at the PFA, Michael Bennett discusses mental health on International Men’s Day.

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PFA Statement - Bernardo Silva

The PFA note the sanction of a one-game suspension for Bernardo Silva, along with a £50,000 fine and mandatory education course following the tweet he posted on 22nd September 2019.

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Champions for Change

Meet three of the Women’s Super League stars honoured by the PFA for their outstanding work in the community

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Doc wins World Cup

Matthew, a Trauma Unit doctor at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, starred for Great Britain at the World Medical Football Cup in Mexico.

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The Poppy: The right to choose

The poppy symbol is an important recognition of the sacrifice made by so many in the World Wars, however, it should always remain an individual’s choice whether or not to wear it.

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