England players prepared to walk off if they hear racist abuse

England players say they are prepared to walk off the pitch if they are targeted by racist abuse in their Euro 2020 qualifiers.

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Guiding me home and away

Ex-England winger Dave Thomas has battled to remain independent against the onset of glaucoma. Now he’s the first ex-player to be given a guide dog, a moment that has changed his life profoundly.

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PFA deeply saddened by passing of Pat Wilkinson

It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we inform of the passing of PFA staff member Pat Wilkinson.

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Injured 3 | Chris Hughton

Chris Hughton discusses his views on mental health in football with PFA Director of Player Welfare Michael Bennett, at this years Injured Conference.

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Injured 3 | Andrew Cole

At this years Injured Conference, Andrew Cole shares his thoughts on mental health with PFA Director of Player Welfare, Michael Bennett.

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Injured 3 | PFA mental health conference

The PFA's third mental health and emotional wellbeing conference aims to look at the changes needed to support our work as professional health-care providers and to develop a more integrated approach to sport.

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Getting Active with Sporting Memories

Sign up for free weekly clubs that help people to stay active, feel alive again, and build amazing friendships through their common love of sport.

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Match football hate crime up by 47%

Incidents of hate crime at football matches in England and Wales rose by 47% last season, according to Home Office figures.

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Your PFA: Youth Advisory Service

The PFA’s George Bowyer describes his role as youth advisor.

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Member Matters: Pensions and Future Plans

Following Tom Kennedy’s retirement from the game, he decided to pursue a career in finance.

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