Gordon Taylor’s exit kicks open door for rise of a players’ union with bite | Barney Ronay

PFA has for too long masqueraded as a union because it is funded to the tune of £23m a year by its members’ paymasters

Farewell then, Gordon Taylor. Although not quite yet. And only, in the best union traditions, after due process has been completed.

The news that Taylor, and the entire committee of the Professional Footballers’ Association, will step down once an independent review has been completed will be greeted with a degree of triumphalism by those who have campaigned for his removal.

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