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Door Closed On A-League Pay Talks; Salary Cap To Remain At $2M

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 06 / 15

A-League clubs have "savaged player representatives for their conduct during pay negotiations and pledged to implement" their offers anyway, according to the AAP. Professional Footballers Australia "rejected the final pay deal" put forth by A-League clubs and Football Federation Australia last ...

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