David Aganzo becomes the youngest man to take charge of FIFPro.
, who played for Los Blancos in 1999-2000 before changing his path to politics, was appointed as FIFPro's new president in the general assembly which was held in Paris on Tuesday.
"Without footballers, there is no football, let it be clear to everyone. I take the position with enthusiasm, knowing that it involves a great responsibility,”
Aganzo said in quotes carried by AFE's website.
"The path of union is the one that all associations must follow. Only together and united, with a single voice, will we achieve the goals we set for ourselves. Only together will we achieve the figure of the footballer being respected in the world as it deserves to be, and that our voice is heard with the importance given to footballers to be the most important figures in football, the sport we love so much.
"I am assuming a position that great leaders have held. All my predecessors, with dedication and effort, have strengthened the figure of the footballer over time. My deepest respect to Philippe Piat, a good friend and a leader who in recent years has given FIFPro an important boost."
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