Players in Spanish soccerâs top two divisions called for a strike for the seasonâs first two games, the playerâs association said today on its website. The association, known as AFE, and the professional league failed to reach an agreement on collective bargaining, according to AFE Chairman Luis Rubiales. Juanjo Montaner, a spokesman for AFE, declined to comment when contacted by phone today. âThe professional soccer league doesnât understand the call for strike,â the clubâs association for the two divisions said in a press release on its website today. The goal is âto advance in the negotiation and reach an accord as soon as possible.â A spokesman for the professional league wasnât immediately available for comment when contacted by phone today. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-...strike-in-first-two-games-of-club-season.html ThatÂ´s worse than the Spanish government being insolvent. I am pi--ed, too. The season starting without the stars? Ay, ay, ay.