APFG

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AcronymDefinition
APFGAlternating Pulsed Field Gradient
APFGAll Party Football Group (UK)
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The 150-strong All Party Football Group will hold an urgent meeting next week to see how it can help the families discover the truth.
Alan Keen, the Labour chairman of the All Party Football Group, said the continued cover-up was a "scandal".
Our relegation was in many ways down to the inadequacies and lack of proper governance at the FA Premier League," he told the Parliamentary All Party Football Group.
Mr Owen, who had been invited as a result of his work on behalf of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust with the All Party Football Group, declined after consulting civil service rules on hospitality.
Lord Taylor is part of the All Party Football Group which has called for greater multi-race inclusion and the redistribution of wealth.
Alan Keen MP, chairman of the All Party Football Group said: "After nine months of detailed investigation, we have concluded that the financial divide in football between the `haves' and `have-nots' must be tackled urgently.
The All Party Football Group, a committee representing 150 MPs and peers, published the conclusion of their nine-month investigation into football finances.
The All Party Football Group, a committee representing 150 MPs and peers, recommended that clubs make transfer fees and fees paid to agents public knowledge.
Lord Faulkner, vice-chairman of the All Party Football Group, spoke out as the MPs delivered their findings in a survey of all the Premiership, Football League and non-league clubs and believes the FA are losing touch with the lower end of the game.
The All Party Football Group, a committee representing 150 MPs and peers including MP Adrian Bailey (Lab West Bromwich West), published the conclusion of their nine-month investigation into football finances.
And the views of the straight-talking 51-year- old are expected to be supplied in writing to the three bodies -and the Government -as he made his comments to the All Party Football Group of MPs and Lords.
The former member of the FA's main board and international committee, who was addressing the All Party Football Group of MPs and Lords, claimed there was a power vacuum where there should be one body looking after the health of Britain's national game.
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