They will continue to watch…
The players of the Canadian national team lifted their “strike” in which they demand equal pay for men’s and women’s teams, just like him 40% of the financial reward for his classification Qatar 2022 World Cup, continue with preparations for the World Cup, although they warned thatThere are still questions to be answered and action to be taken. »
The Canadian team who qualified for the A World Cup final for the first time since 1986refused to contest a friendly match against Panama due to the controversy over distribution of premiums. The Canadian Soccer Federation (Canada Soccer) assured that he had proposed that 30% go to the men’s team, 30% to the women’s team and 40% to the association.
The players, the association said, asked between the 75 and 100 percent of the money. A letter from players asked for 40 percent. This letter said that the compensation negotiations had been ‘unnecessarily prolonged’ by executives “taking a vacation” before the presentation of the players “an archaic offer” last week.
The team led by John Herdman apologized to Panama by the start of the strike, which ended with its Back to training this week though with no resolution for what, they clarified in a second letter, They won’t take their finger off the line.
We, the Canadian men’s team, have decided to resume training for the road to Qatar. To be clear, we have not concluded an agreement with the Federation.
The players met with the main leaders of the Federation on Sunday evening and will continue the negotiation process, but the questions have not yet been answered and no action has yet been taken. We are moving forward in the hope that the Federation will work with us to resolve the situation.
Canada has matches of Concacaf Nations League against Curacao, Thursday, and against Honduras, next Monday. In the Qatar 2022 World Cup, will debut against Belgiumsemi-finalist of Russia 2018in Al Rayyan on November 23, in a Group F in which they will also play against the 2018 finalists, Croatia, as good as Morocco.
(With information from European press)