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Stability is what the women were looking for in the CBA. The women got

maternity leave, severance pay and their league backed and partly funded by USSF. If USSF soccer didn't fund their league then it would have collapsed almost immediately. They have guaranteed money worked into their contracts which makes it low risk, low reward. It was the right thing to do because they dont get massive contracts like the men do.

The men's CBA is performance based so if a player doesn't get called into camp then they dont get paid. If they dont win games, they dont get bonuses. The women get money irregardless of winning games or getting called into camp which includes not being called because they are injured.

The women basically want their cba plus the same bonus structure as the men which is not what they agreed to. The whole lawsuit was destined to fail right from the start.

(In response to this post by wahoooooo)

Posted: 05/04/2020 at 08:16AM


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  And yet in this case, it is inequitable. ** -- The_Superhoo 05/17/2020 7:03PM
  What am I missing here? -- wahoooooo 05/03/2020 08:21AM
  They each have a different CBA agreement -- Zhoo 05/02/2020 2:24PM
  Yep, need to sue those who are "paying' you. -- Wahoos1 05/02/2020 07:17AM

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