PFAG Marks World Football Day by Joining In Calls for Greater Recognition For Female Players

As football fans around the world gather to officially celebrate the world’s most popular sport on the 25th of May each year, the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has used the opportunity to encourage all stakeholders to give adequate attention to our female professionals exhibiting their talents in the country and beyond.   In

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PFAG OUT-OF-CONTRACT TRAINING RETURNS IN JULY

The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) is opening the annual training to prepare out-of-contract players for their next opportunity.   The word ‘out-of-contract’ to any footballer is not words of comfort. Not knowing if you’ll be scooped up by another club is daunting, and the situation can be described as dire. Several players will,

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May Day Message From the PFAG

On the occasion of International Labour Day today 1st May, the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) wishes to extend its warmest well wishes to all our hardworking and industrious members proudly exhibiting their talents both locally and internationally.   As the world commemorates this all-important day, the PFAG as mother body for all Ghanaian

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PFAG Instrumental In FIFPRO’s Efforts In Sarfo Taylor Case

The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has been acknowledged in its continuing efforts to ensure fair and impartial treatment for all Ghanaian professional footballers.   The latest commendation came to light when FIFPRO Legal Director, Roy Vermeer, provided an update on the ongoing arbitration processes involving ex-Kumasi Asante Kotoko player Solomon Sarfo Taylor.  

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PFAG Re-echoes FIFPRO Division Africa’s Commitment To World Peace Through Peace and Sport

The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has added its voice to the stance declared by Africa’s mother player union body FIFPRO Division Africa on promoting global peace through sport.   Ivorian legend Didier Drogba vocalised FIFPRO Division-Africa’s commitment in a recent interview granted in Paris. In highlighting the role of athletes as role models

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