The MLS season is due to start on Friday night.
The 2015 MLS season should start on Fridat, but that is looking increasingly unlikely after a prominent MLS journalist said he’d received news overnight that made him think a strike was now 95 percent likely.
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Duane Rollins, managing editor of Canadian Soccer News and host of a popular MLS podcast, previously thought the chances of a strike was 50/50, but he has now revised that opinion.
The cause of the problem is a renewal of the MLS’s CBA.
Received info overnight that’s changed my 50/50 strike possibility prediction to 95% likely. That’s based on feeling owners won’t budge.
— Duane Rollins (@24thminute) March 3, 2015