News & Notes: AFC Women’s Cup Group Stage | NWSL players demand CBA | Spirit owners continue to fight for power (Soccer 1/28)


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Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman discuss the latest updates in the world of women’s soccer. The NWSL Players Association demands that the league agrees on a deal for a collective bargaining agreement ahead of the 10th NWSL season, or the players will not report to their respective clubs for preseason on February 1. They discuss the process for securing a CBA, the best-case scenario and what happens if the players strike. Next, Sandra and Lisa update the ongoing Washington Spirit ownership battle between Steve Baldwin and Y. Michele Kang. Baldwin sent a letter to NWSL owners discussing accusations of misconduct by Kang. Plus, they give a round-up of the AFC Women’s Cup - which teams got out of the Group Stages, what happened to India and who moves on to the quarterfinals.

Watch all AFC Women’s Cup matches on Paramount+ and catch full extended highlights on the Attacking Third YouTube page.

NWSL Players Association CBA (3:25)

Washington Spirit Ownership Saga (25:35)

Steve Baldwin Writes Letter (33:23)

Asian Women's Cup (41:22)

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