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  1. New agreement runs through 2012

    U.S. Soccer announced today in conjunction with the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team Players' Association that the sides have ratified a new collective bargaining agreement

    Story | Conversation | January 04, 2006
  2. Labor settlement eliminates tension

    Frank Dell'Apa

    With the collective bargaining negotiations out of the way, the U.S. players can focus on the World Cup itself, writes Frank Dell'Apa.

    Story | Conversation | December 21, 2005
  3. USSF and national team finalize labor deal

    The U.S. Soccer Federation and the national team's labor union finalized a contract Monday that covers the next two World Cups and runs through 2010.

    Story | Conversation | December 19, 2005
  4. Show goes on for U.S. team -- on delicate ground

    Frank Dell'Apa

    As the U.S. prepares to resume training in January, the U.S. Soccer Federation and the players' association are still operating under the interim agreement, Frank Dell'Apa writes.

    Story | Conversation | November 22, 2005
  5. Can we all move on now?

    Marc Connolly

    Marc Connolly talks about the end of the prospective players strike.

    Story | Conversation | January 23, 2005
  6. Replacements looking more likely

    Players rejected the U.S. Soccer Federation's offer to send their labor dispute to arbitration.

    Story | Conversation | January 11, 2005
  7. Players given until Monday to accept

    Coach Bruce Arena's proposal to push back the deadline in the U.S. Soccer Federation's labor dispute was disavowed by management, which asked the union Wednesday to accept binding arbitration for a new contract.

    Story | Conversation | January 05, 2005
  8. Labor impasse threatens qualification

    Ives Galarcep

    The labor dispute between the USSF and the PA is the USSF's fault, says Ives Galarcep.

    Story | Conversation | December 17, 2004
  9. Deal expired in 2002

    The U.S. Soccer Federation is threatening to drop all experienced players from the roster for its next World Cup qualifier unless the union agrees to a new labor contract by Feb. 1.

    Story | Conversation | December 15, 2004
  10. America gets bargain in world's game

    Jim Litke

    If Freddy Adu turns out to be as good as advertised, the few million cobbled together to sign him would be America's biggest bargain ever in the world's game.

    Story | Conversation | November 20, 2003