Tag: USSF

Emails Provide Insight Into How USSF/MLS Used Fraser “Stipulation” to Refuse Training Compensation Payments

Note: I recently started a Patreon for those who want to help support/expand my writing content. Whatever you’d like to contribute is greatly appreciated! End plug. Become a Patron: My story on Training Compensation/Solidarity Payments got a great reception (thanks!), and aside from the issues involving the MLSPA’s reluctance […]

Media Notes

Just a couple of personal/media notes here. First, if you’re looking for a long form discussion keeping you up to date on the latest NASL/USSF/MLS legal happenings, I joined the Feuerstein’s Fire podcast with Daniel and Kartik Krishnaiyer to chat about the latest. Good 45-minute discussion, so give it a listen. […]

Legal Linkage

There are a couple of things I wanted to briefly comment on (but don’t necessarily warrant a full post at this time): GAMBLING: Chief among them, is the ruling from the Supreme Court this morning which has overturned the federal law on sports gambling. You can read the […]

The $500,000,000 (Soccer) Pyramid

Out of the ashes of the scorched-earth legal proceedings involving the North American Soccer League, the United States Soccer Federation and Major League Soccer comes a glimmer of a path forward. I shouldn’t overstate this; it barely qualifies as spark at this point. But as first reported by Brian […]

Pint After Podcast

Enjoyed being on the Pint After Podcast show with the guys. We took a break from discussing the #SaveTheCrew matters to get caught up on the USSF/NASL happenings (the USSF/MLS motion to dismiss is due today). Fun conversation; give it a listen!