Atlanta United, MLS teams inch closer to resuming 2020 season

Atlanta United is headed back on the pitch. Major League Soccer and the MLS Players Association have struck a new collective bargaining agreement, paving the way to resume the 2020 season, the league announced on Wednesday. MLS Commissioner Don Garber told media the players agreed to a 5% pay cut and that league will take a $1 billion revenue hit from the fallout of Covid-19. Reports say that MLS is finalizing plans for a July tournament at ESPN World Wide of Sports Complex near Orlando. The…

Atlanta United is headed back on the pitch. Major League Soccer and the MLS Players Association have struck a new collective bargaining agreement, paving the way to resume the 2020 season, the league announced on Wednesday. MLS Commissioner Don Garber told media the players agreed to a 5% pay cut and that league will take a $1 billion revenue hit from the fallout of Covid-19. Reports say that MLS is finalizing plans for a July tournament at ESPN World Wide of Sports Complex near Orlando. The…

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