Anonymous
Earlier this year

Craig Moller signs in German league

Kings confirmed he won't be back next season

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Great news for him, not so much for the kings. True team glue guy. His injury the previous season really hurt the kings, crowd favourite as well.

Good luck to him, hopefully see him back playing some day. It's truly an amazing story, afl, nbl and now Europe.

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Bolt  
Earlier this year

They'll love his game in Europe. Concur, great story.

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Curtley  
Earlier this year

And Newley wants to join 36ers.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Newley was happy at kings, told time to move on.

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Perthworld  
Earlier this year

If it doesn't work out he would suit Gleeson and the Wildcats perfectly. I hope the club at least made him an offer but couldn't compete with Europe.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

He would be ideal to play under Gleeson, Adelaide probably would've suited him as well, I would not think he’d had to many offers from nbl clubs as season hasn’t finished. I believe JJ did contact him but balked at the money. At 26 and with a good money contract in front of him, I’d say he’s thought it’s now or never. My Croat mate recons he’ll be great over there.

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Bolt  
Earlier this year

He's not playing in Croatia.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Certainly heard CM was wanting a lot of money.

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Perthworld  
Earlier this year

That Croat is probably following multiple European leagues, including the German Bundesliga.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Germany and Croatia are neighbors, he follows the German basketball, a lot Europeans follow sports in neighbouring countries.

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Zodiac  
Earlier this year

Good for Moller there is a ceiling here for a player of his caliber you wouldn't pay more than say $150k for him. But over there in Europe where big money teams are willing to pay good money for solid role player/glue guys if he puts his head down does alright for a year or two he might then be able to start getting offers in the $400k+ range.

There is no possibility of that happening if he stayed here in the NBL so good luck to him got to strike while the iron is hot.

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