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12-09-2012, 02:52 PM
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Slight difference, and strictly my opinion and experience, is that the management side knew long ago what they were going to put on the table in these "negotiations". They knew what their limits were and I what point there would be a work stoppage, if any of them say differently then they are not telling the truth. The players know what they are hoping for and where they would like to be. Management always has the upper hand in these type of negotiations except for a very small percentage of times.
With that in mind them going to the table and offering contracts to players when they knew that two months later they would be attempting to change the rules governing those contracts, in my opinion is negotiating in bad faith.
hmm then don't sign them if you don't want the potential to happen, what a concept. don't agree to something you don't agree with lol.
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