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11-24-2012, 01:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Fugu View Post
They already gave to that charity last time.
Ok, so why isn't Fehr telling them that they have two choices:

1) They can insist on getting paid a higher percentage of revenue than any other major sport, and expect to lose about a 20% of the union members' jobs.


2) They can take a percentage that is more in line with other sports, insist on increased revenue sharing among the owners, and keep most if not all of their jobs.

The charity you are talking about are the jobs of other union members.

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