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Malta task force urges government to replace ‘inadequate’ sports integrity laws

Malta gambling, police and sports stakeholders have asked for the government to review national sports integrity laws and policy, as existing legislation is no longer viable within a digital context. A sports anti-corruption task force consisting of Malta Football Association (MFA), Malta Police, the Attorney General and the Malta Gaming Association have presented a draft bill to the government seeking …

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FIFPro survey reveals harsh realities for non-elite footballers

FIFPro has completed its biggest ever football survey, which found that nearly 45% of players earn less than $1,000 a month, and 60% receive less than $2,000 a month. In fact, only 2% of players take home $720,000 or more per annum, and 40% of players experience late payment of wages. The ‘Global Employment Report’, which was conducted by Manchester …

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