believes that MLS and the Players Union will agree on a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) by Sunday's deadline. A strike or lockout cannot be an option:
"Simply put, both sides understand the potential destruction of such a nuclear option. It wouldn't be pretty," writes Davis.
He adds that negotiators on both sides have been swell at
keeping things professional and private, which is an encouraging sign. Any rancor has come from media voice or outside influencers (such as FIFPro, who no one over here had ever heard of til a week
ago) who fear a precedent.
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