Soccer legend Matt Le Tissier tells how he stopped the UK killing program in his sport. Where are the other athletes doing the same?
Is NO ONE trying likewise to save his/her fellow players in football (American), baseball, basketball, tennis, rugby, golf, weightlifting....? (And what about the footballers outside the UK?)

Mark Crispin Miller
Here’s the tweet Le Tissier posted well over two years ago:


Here he tells of his eventually successful effort to get the Professional Footballers Association to take action—which they did, although without announcing it!

Click on the link, not the screenshot:

https://rumble.com/v49rjh3-thank-you-to-the-brave-former-professional-soccer-player-danke-an-den-mutig.html


https://rumble.com/v49rjh3-thank-you-to-the-brave-former-professional-soccer-player-danke-an-den-mutig.html

Here is how the PFA identifies itself as terribly concerned about its members’ welfare:

THE PLAYERS' UNION

The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) is the union for all current and former footballers and scholars in the Premier League, the FA Women’s Super League and the English Football Leagues.

We are committed to helping you understand your purpose as both a player and a person. We provide the information, advice and support you need to help maximise the opportunities that come with playing professional football.

We’re the only football organisation that solely prioritises players’ needs, and we offer a variety of educational, financial and wellbeing support services.

Throughout our history, the PFA has been instrumental in supporting the women’s game, decreasing mental health stigma across the sport, leading the fight against racist abuse of players and pushing for research into the links between neurodegenerative conditions and playing football.

We proudly amplify your voice as a player to ensure your views are properly represented to the game’s stakeholders and governing bodies. We also protect and enhance your rights and working conditions by holding stakeholders and governing bodies to account.

Our team are passionate about helping footballers navigate personal or professional challenges, and we use our own experiences to relate to players and help prepare you for the future.

We are here to protect and support you, for football and for life.

https://www.thepfa.com/about-us

Note the “woke” touch of that photo on the right:



https://open.substack.com/pub/markcrispinmiller/p/soccer-legend-matt-le-tissier-tells?r=1tqe1i&utm_medium=ios&utm_campaign=post
Soccer legend Matt Le Tissier tells how he stopped the UK killing program in his sport. Where are the other athletes doing the same? Is NO ONE trying likewise to save his/her fellow players in football (American), baseball, basketball, tennis, rugby, golf, weightlifting....? (And what about the footballers outside the UK?) Mark Crispin Miller Here’s the tweet Le Tissier posted well over two years ago: Here he tells of his eventually successful effort to get the Professional Footballers Association to take action—which they did, although without announcing it! Click on the link, not the screenshot: https://rumble.com/v49rjh3-thank-you-to-the-brave-former-professional-soccer-player-danke-an-den-mutig.html https://rumble.com/v49rjh3-thank-you-to-the-brave-former-professional-soccer-player-danke-an-den-mutig.html Here is how the PFA identifies itself as terribly concerned about its members’ welfare: THE PLAYERS' UNION The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) is the union for all current and former footballers and scholars in the Premier League, the FA Women’s Super League and the English Football Leagues. We are committed to helping you understand your purpose as both a player and a person. We provide the information, advice and support you need to help maximise the opportunities that come with playing professional football. We’re the only football organisation that solely prioritises players’ needs, and we offer a variety of educational, financial and wellbeing support services. Throughout our history, the PFA has been instrumental in supporting the women’s game, decreasing mental health stigma across the sport, leading the fight against racist abuse of players and pushing for research into the links between neurodegenerative conditions and playing football. We proudly amplify your voice as a player to ensure your views are properly represented to the game’s stakeholders and governing bodies. We also protect and enhance your rights and working conditions by holding stakeholders and governing bodies to account. Our team are passionate about helping footballers navigate personal or professional challenges, and we use our own experiences to relate to players and help prepare you for the future. We are here to protect and support you, for football and for life. https://www.thepfa.com/about-us Note the “woke” touch of that photo on the right: https://open.substack.com/pub/markcrispinmiller/p/soccer-legend-matt-le-tissier-tells?r=1tqe1i&utm_medium=ios&utm_campaign=post
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Soccer legend Matt Le Tissier tells how he stopped the UK killing program in his sport. Where are the other athletes doing the same?
Is NO ONE trying likewise to save his/her fellow players in football (American), baseball, basketball, tennis, rugby, golf, weightlifting....? (And what about the footballers outside the UK?)
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