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News roundup: Megan Rapinoe returns to USWNT, Sacramento joining NWSL in ’22, ManU top EPL table

Plus, Union trade homegrown rights to FC Dallas, ch-ch-changes between U.S. Soccer and NWSL, 53-year-old Japanese player, more.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: MLS vs. MLSPA, USMNT Jan. camp, Sky Blue signing

Plus, Mark McKenzie and Mesut Özil rumors, Diego Fagundez off to Austin, COVID in the UK, more.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Union’s academy ripping it up, Kelyn Rowe traded to Sporting KC, Mourinho sacked

Plus Phang cost $250 an hour, Zack Steffen named player of the year, a derby in India that attracts 100K, more.

Interview

PSP talks with Danny Cruz about the CBA

PSP talked with Danny Cruz to learn more about how he, along with Brian Carroll, came to be Union’s MLSPU representative for the current CBA negotiations, what issues he feels are important, and how he and his teammates interact during the ongoing process.

CBA Negotiations

A primer on lockouts in pro sports

The MLS Players Union members are prepared to strike if a new CBA isn’t negotiated before the start of the season on March 6. While MLS has not countered with the threat of a lockout, recent sports history has shown that to be a real possibility. Steve Holroyd has a primer on lockouts.

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No new Valdes news, Union GK signing coming soon, Cruz on CBA, US falls to Chile, more

Valdes negotiations continue. Goalkeeper signing coming soon. Cruz says players united on CBA. US gives up lead twice in loss to Chile. More news.

US Soccer History

Looking back at the 1979 NASL players strike

MLS players have been vocal about their willingness to strike if a new CBA is not reached. What can be learned from the 1979 strike by NASL players?

CBA Negotiations

Where everyone can be a striker: A brief look at sports labor law

PSP contributor — and labor lawyer — Steve Holroyd has a quick primer in labor law and collective bargaining agreements in pro sports as the expiration of the MLS CBA approaches.

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MLS

Burgeoning MLS, social stances, and the labor situation

Earl Reed looks at how MLS can rise above the problems other major US sport leagues are facing.

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Philadelphia Union tickets will go on sale to the general public starting at 10 a.m. on March 3. South Philadelphia Soccer Club wins $1000 cash giveaway from Sunbelt Snacks. Representatives from MLS and the Players Union failed to meet on Tuesday, two days before the current contract extension is set […]