The Wilman Conde affair of course is another example of a spoiled player pouting until he gets his way. It is embarrassing and like a child having a temper tantrum should be ignored until he stops blubbering.
What bothers me worse is the apparent flagrant breaking of League tampering rules by the New York Red Bulls for the second time (at least) this off season. It's particularly bothersome, because both occurences have impacted the Chicago Fire.
Like Clemens/McNamee, these allegations are difficult to prove, but when the imperical evidence is laid out and the guilty parties are nervously licking their lips, it's pretty simple to see what's going on - and it ain't right.