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Labour Behind the Label, a campaign group that works to improve conditions and empower workers in the global garment industry, have called on World Cup sponsors adidas to “end wage theft in their supply chain”.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock you’ll have noticed England crashed out of the World Cup, with Harry Kane spurning the chance to equalise from the spot. Queue internet sleuths discovering an old advert which might just explain what went wrong.
One of the European Court of Justice’s most senior legal advisors has delivered yet another blow to the European Super League by ruling that UEFA does have the right to sanction clubs if they try to form a breakaway competition.
Arsenal played Lyon in Dubai this week as part of their per-season/mid-season warm-up. Despite the Gunners winning 3-0 in normal time there was a penalty shoot-out after the game in which six penalties were missed. Behold Mathis Cherki’s failed panenka which was the worst of the lot. Truly dreadful.
Supporters representing the FSA’s Premier League Network met with the Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) last month to discuss matters relating to top-flight refereeing – including but not limited to VAR.
Supporter reps from the FSA’s Premier League Network met with top-flight officials last month to discuss a range of topics including fixture scheduling, VAR, fan behaviour, supporter engagement and more.