Letter from FERW to FA re: dementia and heading the ball

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Mr Mark Bullingham Chief Executive Officer The Football Association St. George's Park Newborough Road Needwood Burton-Upon-Trent DE13 9PD Friday 8th January 2021 Dear Mr Bullingham, We wish to raise with you our concerns about...

FERW welcome announcement of PFA action plan to help tackle football’s dementia scandal

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FERW welcomes the announcement by the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) of an action plan to address the link between heading the ball and degenerative...

Football has much to learn from the NFL regarding head injuries – by Dr...

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A remarkable parliamentary session on Tuesday saw the Professional Footballers’ Association slammed for their inaction on the game’s dementia crisis. Former England striker Chris...

FERW hails BBC, Sky’s landmark deal to broadcast Women’s Super League games

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From next season, the British Broadcasting Corporation, the UK’s state broadcaster, and Sky will show 66 Women’s Super League matches across the two networks...

FERW letter Re: Operation of the Fit and Proper Test to David Baldwin

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Mr David Baldwin Chief Executive English Football League EFL House 10-12 West Cliff Lancashire PR1 8HU Thursday 7th January 2021 Dear Mr Baldwin, Re: Operation of the Fit and Proper Test I write to...

FIFA Ethics and Regulations Watch (FERW) welcomes FIFA agent’s fees changes

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London, 4th October 2018 - FIFA Ethics and Regulations Watch (FERW) welcomes the initial steps taken by FIFA in addressing the issue of substantial...

FIFA Watch: Qatar improved living conditions of workers

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Fifa Ethics and Regulations Watch (FERW) praised the work of Qatar to improve the working, living and health and safety conditions for workers constructing...

FERW hails FIFA’s step towards transparency

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FIFA Ethics and Regulations Watch (FERW) strongly supports FIFA's initiative to publish more details and give clearer explanations when announcing verdicts. Up to now, FIFA...

FERW stands with FIFA to organize first conference on Women’s World Cup

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FIFA Ethics and Regulations Watch (FERW) supports FIFA's decision to organize the first conference to analyze the Women's World Cup France 2019. The conference will be...

FERW hails Qatar’s new workers rights, “Landmark for the Region”

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FIFA Ethics and Regulations Watch (FERW) hailed on Wednesday the 5th of September 2018 the new changes in Qatar which give workers more rights....

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