Diabetes Awareness Week: Gary Mabbutt

Gary Mabbutt is a former professional football player and the first – and to date the only – England player with Type 1 diabetes.

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PFA saddened by the sudden loss of Justin Edinburgh

The PFA is deeply saddened by the tragic news of Justin Edinburgh’s untimely passing.

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The Women’s Game: England v Scotland

We caught up with Sue Smith to find out her thoughts about the England v Scotland fixture, and what the World Cup will do for the women’s game.

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Sash Bazley: Dementia Member Support

John Bazley was diagnosed with dementia in 2017, his daughter-in-law Sash talks about how the PFA have been helping their family through this difficult time.

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Riz Rehman: Football and Ramadan

Riz Rehman is an education advisor within the PFA’s education department and he talks to us about the impact Ramadan has on the sport.

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Significant Step Towards Understanding Potential Links Between Dementia and Football

The PFA welcomes the initial results from the University of Glasgow and is proud to have funded this crucial research alongside The Football Association.

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Dementia Research: Richard Jobson

Former player and PFA Assistant Chief Executive Richard Jobson recently became a participant in dementia research studies.

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Focus: Dementia and Football

To mark Dementia Action Week 2019, we take a look at the studies underway to help increase understanding about the potential risk of dementia for footballers.

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Why We Do What We Do: Jeff Whitley

Jeff Whitley works in the PFA’s player welfare department, making sure players can about access wellbeing support if they need it.

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PFA/FA/PGMOL Referee Taster Course

The PFA, in association with the FA and PGMOL are offering an opportunity to attend a one-day Referee Taster Course during which you will be guided through the refereeing experience looking at all formats of the game.

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