Oh stop it. You get to do what feels right for you. Why shouldn't Henley. Sure it feels crappy that he's leaving, but he has every right to get paid and every right to better his situation. Or make a mistake. You always talk about "freedom." I think he he just exercised his own freedom. Now he will live with the consequences. That's how you grow. Not by bowing to the wishes of a grumpy season ticket holder.I thought the system was the best when decisions had consequences and rewards. That way you were more likely to choose a destination for better reasons like - the right school, the right coach and the right fit. When a better offer came along, there was the chance to take it, but for a cost.
This new system is all about everyone getting what they can for themselves. Who cares about team mates, coaches, commitments and sticking to things when a person can get right away what feels good to good old #1. It's just like our society as a whole. What could go wrong?