100 Days to World Cup: FIFA Needs to Maintain its Game

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Background FERW has been campaigning to ensure workers and staff striving to make the World Cup a success are treated professionally and fairly. After a...

Time for football’s authorities to lead by example and do more to protect and...

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Over the last couple of years, FERW along with many other organisations have been unsuccessfully lobbying football’s authorities to increase their testing and screening...

It’s time for football to learn from football when it comes to reforming the...

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RUGBY Union fans don't need much of an excuse to Lord it over football who would do well to learn a lesson from the...

As the ESL collapses, the Court of Arbitration must not let ‘super clubs’ off...

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After the collapse of the quickly defunct European Super League, there has seemingly never been a greater appetite for economic controls to be enforced...

Context is everything – why claims about the Qatar World Cup 2022 should be...

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Over recent weeks there have been a series of reports about the football World Cup in Qatar. They paint a Dickensian picture of working...

Julius Baer to pay nearly $80 million in FIFA corruption case

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(Reuters) - Julius Baer has made an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) to settle allegations over its role in corruption surrounding global...

FIFA faces increasingly crowded legal fixture list

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(France 24) - The suspended sentence for Jerome Valcke, the former FIFA number two, in a corruption verdict on Friday in Switzerland may have...

FIFA Fines Arsenal Over Transfer Sell-On Clauses

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(Sports Illustrated) - Arsenal was fined 40,000 Swiss francs ($42,300) by FIFA and warned about its conduct regarding player transfers after the club used...

FERW: Government must not remain neutral on who owns the UK’s top football clubs

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The prospective sale of Newcastle United to a consortium that is 80-per-cent-owned by the Saudi Arabia has been thrown into doubt following a 130-page...

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