Denmark men's team offer wages to women after pay dispute

From BBC - September 17, 2017

Denmark's men's football team have offered the women's side 60,000 a year as their pay dispute with the Danish Football Association (DBU) continues.

Denmark women, who are on strike, did not play their World Cup qualifier against the Netherlands on Friday, and will not face Hungary on Tuesday.

The DBU offered a short-term deal with higher fees but this was rejected by the Players' Association on Saturday.

The DBU says it has "to find other players or withdraw" from the game.

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