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Australian Football League At Stalemate With Players Over New CBA

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 02 / 16

The Australian Football League players' union said that "it is up to the league to get stalled pay talks back on track," according to Michael Warner of the HERALD SUN. Players' Association CEO Paul Marsh said, "The ball is in their court." Two days of scheduled talks were canceled by the league this...

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