MLS / Union
PSP’s Chris Gibbons writes about his remarkable fan experience in Orlando last weekend and reflects on what it says about Philadelphia Union in Chester.
The Union has announced new security measures for entrance into Talen Energy Stadium as part of a new league-wide security protocol “to correspond with security measures taken by the other professional sports leagues in North America.”
Commentary / MLS
Peter Andrews on how the limited grant of free agency in the most recent CBA presents a danger to the league’s status as a “single entity” under the Sherman Antitrust Act.
Analysis / MLS
The fan vote for the MLS roster for the All-Star Game is now open. Here’s how PSP voted on the media ballot.
Analysis / MLS
The fan vote for the MLS roster for the All-Star Game is now open. Here’s how Kevin Kinkead voted on the media ballot.
Labor lawyer Steve Holroyd breaks down the winners and losers in the new CBA and what happens next.
Wondering what happens next if the players strike? Labor lawyer and soccer historian Steve Holroyd has some answers.
MLS and MLS Players Union have agreed to bring in a mediator to assist with the CBA negotiations. PSP contributor and labor lawyer Steve Holroyd explains what this could mean.
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.
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.