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The Japan Pro Footballers Association has decided to unionize as it continues to fight the Japan Football Association over a pay hike for national team players.

Kyodo News learned Wednesday that the JPFA held a meeting on Feb. 28 in which a majority of its members voted to turn the group into a formal, legal union.

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