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The Spartak player refused to return to the KHL with the phrase “he kept a contract”

Swedish Dansk refused to return to Spartak with the phrase “he kept a contract in the KHL”

Swedish goalkeeper Oskar Dansk said that he wanted to leave the KHL during the playoffs, but due to financial obligations he could not afford it.

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Spartak’s Swedish goalkeeper Oskar Dansk told Expressen that he would not return to the KHL, despite his current contract with the club.

“During the playoffs, I had a difficult contract situation both financially and legally. I felt like I couldn’t get out of there. I was stuck with the contract and at that point I couldn’t do anything,” Dansk said.

The hockey player described leaving the KHL with the phrase “my foot will no longer be there”

According to Dansk, there are clauses in the contract according to which he would have to repay the money in the event of an early departure from the club. The hockey player’s contract with Spartak is valid for another year.

He added that in any case he would not return to Russia. “My agent is now solving this problem, he must solve it,” Dansk concluded.

After the start of the special operation in Ukraine, foreign athletes began to terminate agreements with Russian clubs, including hockey clubs, and leave Russia. In the KHL, just during the playoffs, foreign players lost, in particular, CSKA, Salavat Yulaev, Sibir and Metallurg Magnitogorsk.

Dansk, meanwhile, stayed with Spartak and played in the quarterfinal series of the playoffs, where the rojiblancos lost in five games against SKA St. Petersburg.

In the regular season, Dansk achieved six wins in 17 matches, in which they averaged a shooting percentage of 91% and conceded 2.66 goals.


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