Sporting Club CEO Robb Heineman said he was concerned about an MLS work stoppage before a deal was reached Wednesday. “I thought it would’ve been detrimental for us to have a work stoppage. Our league is growing, but it’s not mature enough that it can handle a prolonged work stoppage.”
Sporting Club CEO Robb Heineman said he was concerned about an MLS work stoppage before a deal was reached Wednesday. “I thought it would’ve been detrimental for us to have a work stoppage. Our league is growing, but it’s not mature enough that it can handle a prolonged work stoppage.” RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
Sporting Club CEO Robb Heineman said he was concerned about an MLS work stoppage before a deal was reached Wednesday. “I thought it would’ve been detrimental for us to have a work stoppage. Our league is growing, but it’s not mature enough that it can handle a prolonged work stoppage.” RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
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