PFA plaque to Wolves and England legend Stan Cullis to be unveiled at his Ellesmere Port School

PFA plaque to Wolves and England legend Stan Cullis to be unveiled at his Ellesmere Port School on 17th June at 1.30 pm.

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Professional Players Federation Launches Career Transition Month

This week sees the Professional Players Federation (PPF) begin a month-long focus on career transition in professional sport, supported by the Tom Maynard Trust

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PFA Charity and the Players’ Board

The PFA Charity Trustees would like to congratulate all 13 members of the Players’ Board on their appointments.

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PFA saddened by passing of Alan McLoughlin

The PFA is deeply saddened by the passing of former Portsmouth and Republic of Ireland player Alan McLoughlin.

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Josh Langley | Education

Tony Dewhurst caught up with Josh Langley to discuss how injury wrecked his hopes of a promising career with Wigan Athletic and how he turned to the Professional Footballers’ Association for help.

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PFA survey for GMB reveals almost half of black professional footballers have received racist abuse online

A PFA survey exclusively for Good Morning Britain has found that almost half of black professional footballers (45%) have received racist abuse online, with almost 40% of players admitting it has negatively impacted their mental health.

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Manchester United publish statistics highlighting scale of online abuse

Manchester United have published statistics highlighting the growing scale of the online abuse directed at its players, ahead of English football’s social media boycott.

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Social Media Boycott // #StopOnlineAbuse

The PFA is joining English football and wider sport in switching off our social media accounts until Monday 3rd May.

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PFA Data Highlights Serious Concerns about Response to Online Abuse

Data compiled by the PFA highlights significant concerns regarding Twitter’s response to abusive posts aimed at professional players.

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Teenage girls at double concussion risk of boys playing football

New findings show that teenage girls playing football are at almost double the risk of concussion compared to teenage boys.

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