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In view of a possible League Qualification in early April, Kloten would have to sign an additional import already until mid-February.

Criticizes the transfer deadline: Per Hånberg.

"A stupid rule and a waste of money for everyone," EHC Kloten's head coach Per Hånberg calls transfer deadline on February 15 in an interview with Der Landbote. The reason: With three import-players allowed during a possible League Qualification in early April (as opposed to only two in the Swiss League), they have to decide until mid-February if they want to add another import-player.

«A stupid rule and a waste of money for everyone»
Per Hånberg

In the most extreme case, the newly hired import would have to sit out for almost two months until the League Qualification starts. "But how do you find an import-player who is willing to sign for two months but never play," Hånberg asks. If Kloten will actually add another foreigner has not yet been decided, but Hånberg states: "Of course I want a third import."

( 06 January 2020 | tme* )

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