Spain faces threat of another strike in women’s soccer
MADRID (AP) — Women’s soccer in Spain could face a second strike in less than three months after players said they will take action if a collective agreement is not formalized by Thursday. Players say they will “take measures” if they don’t get a “satisfactory answer” regarding the delay to formalize the agreement. The women went on strike for a round of matches in November over wages and working hours. They reached a deal for the collective agreement in December, but the agreement is yet to be made official. The delay was mostly related to unresolved details concerning television rights.