1. Clubs cut player wages by 50 per cent as A-League war escalates  The World Game
  2. FFA and NPL prioritising 'collaboration' in football's new age  FTBL Australia
  3. 'A terrible position': A-League clubs and players reach impasse over pay deal  The Guardian
  4. A-League players reject clubs' CBA offer  The World Game
  5. Newcastle first A-League club to reject standing-down players  FTBL Australia
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The A-League wage war has reached boiling point with the majority of the 12 club chiefs withholding 50 per cent of salaries today in the latest gambit to force players to accept a radically reduced collective bargaining agreement.The A-League wage war has reached boiling point with the majority of the 12 club chiefs withholding 50 per cent of salaries today in the latest gambit to force...

Clubs cut player wages by 50 per cent as A-League war escalates | The World Game

Newcastle Jets have become the first A-League club to publicly confirm they won't stand-down any of their players after CBA negotiations between the A-League clubs and PFA broke down.

Newcastle first A-League club to reject standing-down players - FTBL | The home of football in Australia

After players rejected a new CBA offer talks are in deadlock and the impact on the game in Australia could be severe

'A terrible position': A-League clubs and players reach impasse over pay deal | A-League | The Guardian

The clubs are aiming to secure a significantly reduced pay deal amid the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic.The clubs are aiming to secure a significantly reduced pay deal amid the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic.

A-League players have rejected a proposed new collective bargaining agreement offered by the competition’s clubs. The clubs are aiming to secure a significantly reduced pay deal amid the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic – which has seen a renegotiated Fox Sports broadcast agreement and a loss of league and club revenues. But the clubs’ offer, […]A-League players have rejected a proposed new collective bargaining agreement offered by the competition’s clubs. The clubs are aiming to secure a significantly reduced pay deal amid the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic – which has seen a renegotiated Fox Sports broadcast agreement and a loss of league and club revenues. But the clubs’ offer, […]

A-League players reject clubs' CBA offer

The clubs are aiming to secure a pay deal amid the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic.The clubs are aiming to secure a pay deal amid the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic.

A-League players reject clubs' significantly reduced pay offer | 1 NEWS | TVNZ