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Cameroon Footballers' Union Concerned With Players' Contracts

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 02 / 16

The fact that two-thirds of Cameroon's local footballers "do not have a copy of their contract is a primary concern, says the head of the country's players' union," according to Piers Edwards of the BBC. Sixty-five percent of players in Cameroon "lack such a contract," the worst figure out of 54 nat...

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