Will the MLS season start on time? Or will there be a strike?

Posted on 22 February 2010 by ASN Staff

The clock is ticking. The latest extension to Major League Soccer’s collective bargaining agreement expires Thursday, Feb. 25. If some pundits are to be believed, the two sides are locked in a knock-down/drag-them-out struggle that threatens the league’s very existence. Others, ASN included, are far more sanguine. What do you, the fan think? And why? Vote in the poll and defend your choice in the comment area below it.

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4 Comments For This Post

  1. mrtuktoyaktuk Says:

    The other alternative is a short strike that doesn't or only briefly interrupts the season. I think this is likely.

  2. amersocc Says:

    you may be on to something. I expect to hear more about this when today's session concludes.

  3. MrTuktoyaktuk Says:

    The other alternative is a short strike that doesn't or only briefly interrupts the season. I think this is likely.

  4. ASN Editorial Says:

    you may be on to something. I expect to hear more about this when today's session concludes.

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