The attacking midfielder, widely regarded as one of the top players in last Sunday's World Cup final, scooped 72 percent of the votes in the survey conducted by the German Professional Footballers Association (VDV).
What does PFA stand for?
PFA stands for Professional Footballers Association
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We have 212 other meanings of PFA in our Acronym Attic
- Prime Factor Algorithm
- Printer Font ASCII
- Priority Funding Area
- Private Facility Access (Hekimian)
- Private Fire Alarm (fire protection; New Zealand)
- Probability of False Alarm
- Process Flow Analysis
- Procurement Funding Authority
- Production Flow Analysis (computer integrated manufacturing)
- Professional Financial Advisor
- Profunda Femoris Artery
- Progressive Fast Analysis (Exxon Mobil Corp.)
- Project Finance Advisory
- Prosperity for All (various locations)
- Protected Forest Area (various locations)
- Protection From Abuse
- Provider Financial Assurance Audit (UK)
- Psychological First Aid
- Public Facilities Authority
- Public Finance Authority
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The Meltham artist, pictured right, was commissioned by the Professional Footballers Association to produce the seasonal card.
1907: English footballers formed the Professional Footballers Association.
Professional Footballers Association chief executive Gordon Taylor said: "I feel it was a total waste of public time and money, when the courts settle for a pounds 600 fine.
The milk industry has teamed up with the Professional Footballers Association in a campaign to position milk as "the drink of the professional footballer".
The highest ever paid for a Lowry was a huge pounds 1,926,500 for his 1953 masterpiece Going To The Match which was bought by the Professional Footballers Association and used on its 2000 Christmas card.
The Scottish Professional Footballers Association, who want the condition recognised as an industrial injury, plan to quiz ex-players.
Elland Road chairman Peter Ridsdale confirmed Bowyer, the club and the Professional Footballers Association had agreed a figure ending the row.