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|Feb. 8, 2013|
Guys it's extremely discouraging that Rosters are not made public. There is no rational reason or barrier to not make them public.
SSUSA, put everything in the open, make them public online, remove all questions, and allow for possible corrections when they are needed.
We all want a level playing field, and when you see a pickup player that you were denied, be able to be picked up by another team, that doesn't meet the rule criteria for picking up players, you have to ask why. You have to ask how....except we are all used to seeing this happen too often.
It's time to show complete and open transparency. Published rosters lead to nothing but fairness, and we all deserve to play by the same rules.
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