The Professional Footballers’ Association has said that they will continue to push for “absolute parity” for female players and that a “piecemeal adoption” of new changes announced on Tuesday will only further hurt the women’s game.

Details of a landmark agreement between the English Football Association and the PFA that will see players in the Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship receive enhancements to their contractual rights with regards to maternity leave, injury and illness and termination of contracts for long-term injury were announced on Tuesday. Read More