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Argentine Players' Association Confirms Strike; AFA Source Says Money Will Be Deposited

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 03 / 01 / 17

The Argentine Players' Association (FAA) on Friday " called a strike ," according to OLÉ. FAA Secretary Sergio Marchi confirmed the decision on Monday, "which could be interpreted as a way of pressuring the Argentine FA to clear its debts to the players" ( OLÉ, 2/27 ). In Buenos...

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