Canada Women’s World Cup players want pay dispute settled


ReutersJun 22, 2023, 04:52 AM2 Minute Read

Members of Canada‘s national team want a pay dispute settled before leaving for the Women’s World Cup, which begins on July 20 in Australia and New Zealand.

Christine Sinclair, who holds the international goalscoring record, told the Canadian Press on Wednesday that the team wants the long simmering dispute settled before they get on the plane for a pre-tournament camp on June 28.

“We’re not at a point where we’re not getting on a plane, but time’s…



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