PFA CEO Maheta Molango says school will reinforce association's role in helping players change careers
The Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) has revealed plans for a PFA Business School, which will offer courses in law, media, healthcare and nutrition.
A PFA statement said the business school was a “progression of the players’ union’s current Education services, which have helped thousands of former players obtain academic and vocational qualifications and find fulfilling post-football careers”.
The statement added that the school will offer courses that “re-skill footballers to improve their employability, secure financial sustainability and ensure they have a purpose after the end of their athletic career”.
PFA CEO Maheta Molango (pictured), said the PFA Business School will be an extension of the excellent work of our education department and a bold new step that reinforces the key role the PFA plays in helping players transition into a new career.”