Prospal's play and the gentleman's agreement
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03-08-2013, 09:45 AM
Join Date: May 2010
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And, by having the NMC, he can just say no. Also, I never said trade him to some random team for a 2nd round pick. I am not arguing that we have to trade him (though I think we should). I am arguing that we don't HAVE to keep him because of some agreement. I just think we should look to trade him and Prospal should be willing to be traded. You act like we are trading him to some bad place he will have to play at for 4 years. It will be a few months and most likely on a really good team.
Man, that must really be tough to do
Actually yes, for Prospal, it is. I know Vaclav a little from when he was playing back home in Czech republic and he's just extremely family oriented. I remember, when he came back from America, where he was during the break of the Czech Extraleague and lamented, how much have his kids grown up while he wasn't with them, mind you, that was only about 2 months after he first came over and started playing for Ceske Budejovice. He was also talking on the phone with his wife everyday.
That's also why i'm pretty sure, that he's not gonna waive his NMC...
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