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MLS players union chief: No salary cuts on table yet, CBA still in works

ESPN's MLS commentator Jon Champion gives his all-time top goals in Major League Soccer.
Eric Wynalda explains what it meant to him to score the first goal in Major League Soccer history in 1996.
Relive some of the best of David Beckham's 18 career MLS goals.
Eric Wynalda's late heroics led San Jose Clash past D.C. United in the inaugural MLS match on April 6, 1996.

MLS Players Association executive director Bob Foose says that MLS has not approached the union about players taking salary cuts, and added that the league's teams are better equipped than others throughout the world to cope with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

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MLS has been shut down since March 12, and isn't scheduled to resume until May 10, though that seems optimistic...

Chicharito: Mental strength was key to my success with Manchester United, Real Madrid

Former LA Galaxy players Alan Gordon and Mike Magee join Taylor Twellman to assess the state of the current side.
Herc Gomez gives his No. 3 pick of MLS's biggest stars. For the full segment watch on ESPN FC's YouTube channel.

LA Galaxy striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez is convinced that his mental attributes propelled him to his success in Europe with giants like Manchester United and Real Madrid.

The 31-year-old admitted he doesn't possess the raw talent of Zinedine Zidane or Mexico legend Rafa Marquez, but that he's been able to make more of his career than many others because of his mentality.

"There were millions [of players] with footballing talent, but not with mentality," said Hernandez in an Instagram Live...

MLS Year One, 25 seasons ago: The 'Wild West' of training, travel, hockey shootouts and American soccer

On April 6, 1996, Major League Soccer held its first match. D.C. United traveled to the San Francisco Bay Area to take on the San Jose Clash, with the hosts securing the first win in the league's history thanks to an 88th-minute Eric Wynalda winner. Were it not for the coronavirus pandemic putting the sports world on hold, MLS would be in the midst of celebrating its 25th season, complete with what would have been a rematch of that inaugural game, as the San Jose Earthquakes were originally scheduled...