NEWSLETTER EIGHTH EDITION
PFA Scotland is delighted to make available the eighth edition of its “Player” newsletter.
Included in this edition...
PFA SCOTLAND ATTENDS
DON’T FIX IT
PFA Scotland last week attended the two day transnational training course for the FIFPro UEFA “Don’t Fix It”...
PFA SCOTLAND PLAYER
There are a continuing number of players adding their details to the Player Availability section of our website, and therefore players are...
PFA Scotland would like to make members aware of a full time employment opportunity which may be of interest to them.
The role of...
- Celtic to open against Ross County
- Rangers kick off at home to Brechin
- Hearts rejected late investment bid
- Pars administrators receive two bids
- Wolves reject Hibs' Griffiths bid
- Zola completes move to Aberdeen
- Administration nears for Hearts
- Rangers complete deal for Smith
- BBC Trust upholds Rangers complaints
- Celtic target Mongongu & Van Dijk
- Fans urged to back Hearts' takeover
- McMillan secures stay at Firhill
- Lowland League clubs confirmed
- Unsworth a candidate for Kilmarnock
- Killie chairman slams bid claims
- VIDEO: Hearts facing 'difficult' situation
- VIDEO: Hibs chairman on Hearts and SPFL
- VIDEO: Scots league merger positive - Doncaster
- VIDEO: Longmuir urges 'SPFL' to focus on fans
- VIDEO: President saddened by winding-up of SFL
- VIDEO: Smith 'disappointed' by Shiels exit
- VIDEO: Shiels 'overprotective' of Killie
- Q&A: Hearts in crisis
- Robertson seeks Hearts safety
- Will Killie rue exit of Shiels?
- Scotland must build on unity and graft
- Highs and lows of the Scottish season
- VIDEO: Hearts' liquidation would be catastrophic - Stewart
- VIDEO: Striker Balde keen to learn at Celtic
BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALLER, WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
AT PFA SCOTLAND WE ARE HERE TO HELP BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER FOOTBALL
The complicated football regulations and registration procedures handed down by FIFA and the Scottish Governing Bodies mean that a player’s employment status is unlike any other.
The expertise in the field of football regulations within the PFA Scotland team, supported by skilled employment law advice from our specialist lawyers ensures that PFA Scotland has the structure and resources to provide the best service to our members.
The dynamic nature of football means that issues affecting players such as disciplinary procedures and contractual matters are constantly changing. PFA Scotland strives to keep players updated in all areas of the game and constantly and regularly educate and inform them on these issues.
The team at PFA Scotland are always available to offer assistance to players on any queries they have in relation to their professional career.
Life after football is an area in which PFA Scotland offers plentiful and varied advice to its member players.
The structure within PFA Scotland ensures that players are able to access information on alternative courses, training and qualifications and assist in developing financial planning for when a player’s career comes to an end.