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Discussion: cheater

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Aug. 21, 2006
frustrated19
2 posts
cheater
there is a calif team knights taking players from other teams to play tourneys the manager is leading players to believe they can play on any team they want it is cheating a not building a very favorable name for the team if theres a good player he will try to take that player from your teamand use them until someone else comes along coaches beware!
Aug. 21, 2006
SoCal'er
68 posts
frustrated19
Looks like your 1st post and you call someone a cheater. Last I heard, recruiting players is not cheating.
SoCaler
Aug. 21, 2006
SunBum
10 posts
This is my first post too, but i just saw in the CA state championships scores that the team you're talking about finished last in the 50-AA division. They either don't cheat at all or they don't do it very well.
Aug. 22, 2006
salio2k
Men's 60
548 posts
It very well could be that he registered his team........had injuries.......and had to recruit players. He didn't want to pull out of the tournament and ruin it for the other players!

There's another team going to Seatle that is looking for players because of injuries...........maybe you can get on that team and take away your frustration.

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