Canadian Soccer Players’ Association files $40M lawsuit against Canada Soccer board members

A $40-million lawsuit has been filed by the Canadian Soccer Players’ Association (CSPA) – the union representing players on the women’s senior national team – against 15 current and former Canada Soccer board members, TSN reports.

The statement of claim, filed in Ontario Superior Court in Toronto on Feb. 20, outlines the union’s arguments for the current and former board members’ alleged negligence.

This is a breaking news story. More to come.

Source: ctvnews

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