PFA Scotland Praise for
Pay-Out to Players
PFA Scotland has welcomed the news that Hearts have settled all outstanding administration debts owed to their players.
The club has now fully paid all salaries due from the Romanov regime prior to administration and to the five players made redundant – including John Sutton and Andy Driver – during the administration process.
PFA Scotland were called in by the players when the Tynecastle club were on the brink...
Media Training Course
Fancy a career as a tv or radio pundit when you hang up your boots?
Or perhaps you want to hone your presentation skills, before you unleash yourself on a dressing room full of players?
If that’s the case then PFA Scotland, and their media partner Enterprise Screen, will be running a Media Training Course for its members in the New Year.
The two day course – run over two consecutive Wednesday’s – will...
Moore Dinner A Success
We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who attended and supported the PFA Scotland Wellbeing Fund/Jordan Moore Dinner last Friday.
A good night was had by all, topped by the fact that Scotland beat the Republic of Ireland 1-0, courtesy of a Shaun Maloney goal, to stay on course to qualify for Euro 2016.
Around 180 guests joined us at the Thistle Hotel and very generously dug deep to raise money for Dundee...
PFA Scotland Launch
PFA Scotland are delighted to announce the launch of the PFA Scotland Wellbeing Fund.
Over the years, the players union have spearheaded campaigns relating to a variety of issues which affect their members including Mental Health and Gambling.
Just a fortnight ago, with PFA Scotland’s support, Peterhead striker David Cox became the latest player to come forward and openly talk about his battle with mental health...