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Can someone please explain to me why this trade is unfair to the entire league... A manager found sb. willing to make this trade, who later found out that clark was out for the season. Now i'm catching flack, as the commissioner, for vetoing this trade
Dallas Clark for Vernon Davis
(not a keeper league)
It's completely unfair for you to veto the trade. It's the league members responsibility to know what is going on in the NFL. To know what players are hurt, suspended or whatever. One guy didn't do his homework but was saved by the commish (you). Should have let the trade go thru...
- 1 Reply to Danny
The reason the ability to veto a trade is there is for this exact reason. We aren't expected to put the kind of time and effort into fantasy sports as the real coaches and athletes. We have real lives. The way that this trade was made is almost cheating. Trading Clark off before the injury is good luck. Trading Clark off after the injury in hopes that the other party doesn't realize it, is cheating. Veto.
If the trade was accepted by both parties then you should not veto it unless it's purposefully unfair. If the person trading Clark did so because he knew he was injured and hoped to get rid of him before other managers found out then I would say that's unfair. If the trade was initiated before Clark's injury then it should not be vetoed. It should be accepted.
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