PFA mental health support on the increase

The number of current players asking the Professional Footballers' Association for help with mental health issues rose by more than 500 per cent between 2016 and 2018.

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Goal Celebrations

Robot dancer Peter Crouch talks celebration suck ups and embarrassing muck ups.

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Train to become a Financial Adviser

The PFA are hosting an ‘Insight Evening’ for members who want to find out more about St. James’s Place Academy.

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Where are they now: Gary Jones

After a career spanning 600 games, ex-Bradford captain Gary Jones needed to find work but didn’t have qualifications, he started a new life as a support worker and hasn’t looked back…

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Giving Back: Hammer's £10m Players’ Project

West Ham’s Players’ Project will involve footballers from all of the club’s squads and reach 100,000 people over the next three years.

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PFA Statement: Sport Resolutions

A decision has been made by the Trustees and the Management Committee to appoint Sport Resolutions to undertake an independent review of the PFA.

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Art exhibition remembers Justin Fashanu

Britain’s first openly gay footballer Justin Fashanu is remembered in the latest exhibition by artist Colin Yates.

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Where are they now: Matthew WIllett

With the help of the PFA, former Oxford United Academy star Matthew Willett has qualified as a doctor and now practises at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading.

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Grant Hall on long-term injury and mental health

PFA member and QPR defender Grant Hall discusses returning from a career threatening injury and seeking support from the PFA on mental health.

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Special Olympics GB football squad to visit national football centre again

St. George’s Park, the LMA and the PFA will proudly host the Special Olympics GB football team this weekend.

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