Soccer players' union boss quits

November 28, 2012
Former AFL star Nick Holland has stepped down as chief executive of the Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) after less than six months in the job.

Holland switched codes to soccer and took over the position in July from Brendan Schwab, who had 19 years at the helm of the players' union.

The PFA issued a statement on Tuesday saying Holland's departure was effective immediately.

"The amicable separation follows a divergence in views between Nick and the PFA regarding ...

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