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Discussion: PLAYER IN LIMBO
|Jan. 11, 2006|
|PLAYER IN LIMBO|
What happens if there is no teams for a player to play for? There seems no available 55 Major Plus teams available, that a N.C. player can play for. The two Major Plus teams have there rosters full. So my question is what is the alternative? I quess play golf.
|Jan. 12, 2006|
|Hey starburst23, are you crazy? Golf is way too hard! Try dropping down to Major as I believe it will not be too long before Major+ teams are assimulated into Major class as there are just too few M+ teams to play in tournaments. |
|Jan. 13, 2006|
|major plus divisions??|
if you drop the major plus division and they have to play major where do you think the major teams and below will move to? i believe that most teams will all drop down. major to aaa & aaa to aa because they will not want to play everyone.what does this accomplish?
just by 2 cents
|Jan. 14, 2006|
|Good call Donnie. That's exactly what would happen. |
Starburst - what if you could find a couple or three Major + players and go play on a major team? It won't be long before that team is Major + right?
Just a thought
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