Negotiations continue in the stalemate between Major League Soccer and the players union, and a strike now looks more likely to happen unless a new collective bargaining agreement is in place.
The negotiations have split the soccer community between those that sympathize with the players and those who want Major League Soccer to stand firm. And it now it looks possible that an agreement may not be place before the first kick of the 2010 Major League Soccer season when Philadelphia Union plays Seattle Sounders.
But what about you? Who do you support? Vote in the poll below and share your opinions in the comments section below.
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