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Media release 30 April 2022

It is with immense sadness that we announce that our President, Mino Raiola, passed away. Mino was an inspiration to us all. He was a true friend and a loyal companion. A brilliant man who profoundly loved his profession, which he carried out in a unique way, with great success and with incomparable care for […]
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Media Release – 2 February 2022

The Football Forum notes that in a release issued on 1 February 2022, FIFA reports of “constructive talks with agents associations from all around the world” and “robust consultation process” allegedly held with respect to FIFA’s project to take control over the agents’ activities. “This is the pantomime of a consultation. This meeting is nothing […]
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Comunicato stampa / Media release – 29/10/2021

COMUNICATO STAMPA Zurigo, 29 ottobre 2021 – Momento storico. The Football Forum (TFF) dà il benvenuto alla Italian Association of Football Agents (IAFA) tra i suoi membri. Al termine dell’incontro, svoltosi ieri a Monaco tra il Presidente di TFF Mino Raiola ed una delegazione di IAFA, composta dal Presidente Christian Bosco, la Vice-Presidente Helga Leoni […]
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Media release – 19 April 2021

The Football Forum (TFF) stands to protect and secure player’s rights. Players must not suffer negative consequences because of developments in football. Players have not been a part of any talks, have had no say in this week’s events and nonetheless they are being used in this discussion. One point, however, is clear and confirms […]
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Playing Through A Pandemic – A Year On

This month marks one year since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. For the first time since the 1939-40 season was abandoned at the start of World War II, professional football leagues around the world were suspended overnight. For three months, football faithfuls everywhere lost one of the great joys: live matches. As the world […]
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A review into dementia is now urgent

Former footballers are three-and-a-half-times more likely to die of dementia than the general population. This sad and shocking statistic shows we still have much to learn about the long-term impact of football on our bodies and brains. With the tragic passing of England World Cup winner Nobby Stiles due to dementia, and four of his […]
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