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CFL UNION OFFICIAL SAYS STRIKE NOT AN OPTION
Published October 11, 1994
CFL Players Association President Dan Ferrone says that even though the league's collective bargaining agreement expires June 1, 1995 the "CFL could not afford a strike or lockout. It would be too damaging." Issues such as the "possible elimination of the Canadian-American ratio of players on each team and changes to the $2.5M spending cap must be settled," but Ferrone doesn't foresee a work stoppage (Jim Morris, CANADIAN PRESS, 10/8).