Professional Footballers Association chief executive Gordon Taylor continues to have the "full support" of the players' union following allegations of gambling debts, the PFA has said in a statement.
The union's 12-man committee, led by PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle, is understood to have met to discuss his future after The Sun reported Taylor has accrued a six-figure debt.
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