Wondering what happens next if the players strike? Labor lawyer and soccer historian Steve Holroyd has some answers.
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.
A SI report said the league wants to expand the playoff field to 12 teams. Earl Reed looks at the pros and cons of such a move.
Earl Reed explains there are plenty of compelling storylines ahead of the start of the MLS conference finals.