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The Spanish soccer season will start Friday after players and league officials reached a deal to end a strike that had postponed the opening round of games in the top two divisions.
The start of the Spanish league remained in limbo after talks to end the players' strike failed on Saturday.
Spanish league players say they will go on strike if a new collective bargaining agreement is not signed.
"We've reached a deal that we believe is completely satisfactory," AFE head Luis Rubiales said.
"The positions are far apart and it is impossible to solve things in one day," Rubiales, a former Levante defender, told Spanish radio Marca.