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In 1961, under the leadership of Fulham player and future TV personality Jimmy Hill, the PFA called out its members. The aim was to force The Football League and the clubs to abolish the maximum wage, a salary cap in today's parlance, which meant players could be paid no more than £20 a week during the season.