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    • From Bundoora to the Big Apple
      Haris1

      November 3, 2017,

      Former Melbourne City NYL Championship winner Haris Stamboulidis has moved from the northern suburbs of Melbourne to New York to study economics at an Ivy League University. He talks to the PFA about the importance of education and how he balances it with his goal of becoming a professional footballer. More >>

    • Feely determined to make every post a winner
      Feely

      November 2, 2017,

      Perth Glory goalkeeper Nick Feely shares his experiences and advice on the importance of having an eye on life after playing, and the opportunities available to players through the PFA’s Player Development Program. More >>

    • Mark Rudan on his next chapter
      rudan_mark

      October 6, 2017,

      Saying goodbye to playing football is one of the most difficult things I have ever done. It was 17 years from the time of my first professional game to the date of last. During those 17 years, you change so much. As a person, you are effectively unrecognisable. You start as a teenager without worrying […] More >>

    • Stuart Musialik on his battle with depression
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      September 3, 2017,

      Two time A-League Championship winner Stuart Musialik tells the PFA about his struggles with mental illness, alcohol abuse and how the support of family and friends helped him through the toughest times. More >>

    • ‘Persevere It Will All Be Worth It’
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      June 30, 2017,

      Melbourne Victory defender Alex Gummer shares with the PFA how she managed to juggle the demands of the W-League, completing an Engineering and Science Degree, work commitments and the invaluable support she received. More >>

    • Never stop learning and developing: Maisano
      maisano-john

      June 30, 2017,

      By Joey Lynch John Maisano is candid about the demons that prevented him from reaching the professional highs his potential offered during his nine-year career. “I look back – in hindsight – and it’s only myself that I have to blame, because people were saying things to me and people were trying to guide me […] More >>

    • Reddy: ‘Regular Upheaval is the Reality For Many Players In the A-League’
      reddy_liam

      June 2, 2017,

      An almost ever-present since the inception of the A-League 12 years ago, Liam Reddy reflects on contract instability in the A-League and the impact regularly having to change clubs has had on him and his family. More >>

    • Aspropotamitis: From the NPL to the Heights of the ACL
      aspropotamitis-jonathan

      June 2, 2017,

      Western Sydney Wanderers defender Jonathan Aspropotamitis shares with the PFA his swift journey from NPL youth football to the A-League and how he has embraced the challenge of becoming a first team regular. More >>

    • Djite: ‘Football Brings People Together’
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      March 3, 2017,

      Former Adelaide United star Bruce Djite shares with us his family background, how they came to call Australia home, why diversity is so important and the role football has to play in promoting the benefits of multiculturalism. More >>

    • 1v1 with Archie Thompson
      archie-thompson

      November 29, 2016,

      Australian football icon and A-League legend Archie Thompson goes 1v1 with the PFA to discuss his 20-year professional career, the highs, the lows and why he cherishes every moment of it. More >>

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