According to reports, the Women’s World Cup runners-up, England Lionesses, could go on strike amid a contentious salary dispute with the FA.
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They assert that players are "conscious" of their potential behaviour and may decide to proceed with the "nuclear option" of forgoing all commercial activity for the FA.
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Even the possibility of their refusing to play until a solution has been found is mentioned, but it has not yet been directly stated.
The FA presently negotiates England's wages with them before or after every tournament, but going forward, the players want more "clarity."
They receive award money and commercial revenue for the players' performances, which goes toward this amount of money.
According to reports from Daily Mail, the FA placed limitations on its own players' ability to engage in commercial activity before the Women's World Cup.
Chiefs were worried that player deals made individually could interfere with their own, so they did this. The FA's decision cost their players the opportunity to receive substantial endorsement payments.
Meanwhile, the organisation that oversees football in the world, FIFA, gave each England player £153,000 while winners Spain players were paid £210k each.
Before the Nations League match against Scotland on September 22, important discussions will take place between players and FA officials.