MLS Players Agree To Salary Cuts To Get Back On Field

(Undated)  -- The MLS is working on a return.  The Major League Soccer Players Association announced last night it voted to approve economic concessions for this season. That includes across-the-board salary cuts and assenting to play in a proposed summer tournament in the Orlando area with no fans.  The union said in a statement the players want to play soon as they are safely able to do so.  The proposal will be delivered to the owners to vote on.  The coronavirus outbreak halted the season March 12th after teams had played two games.

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