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Discussion: Can released players play in sanctioned any tourney with the same team after their release?

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Sept. 13, 2017
John R
7 posts
Can released players play in sanctioned any tourney with the same team after their release?
What exceptions allow for a released player to get back on the same team to play in a tourney after they have been released?
Sept. 14, 2017
SSUSA Staff
2317 posts
John R ... Please call the Sacramento Home Office at (916) 326.5303 during normal business hours on the Left Coast and ask to speak with an eligibility specialist ... You should be prepared to talk about specific player(s) and team(s), since the general answer is "NO" and there is not enough information in your post to offer reliable advice on exemptions, if any, for you here ... Thanks and good luck ...

Sept. 14, 2017
John R
7 posts
The general answer is no. That's good enough for me.
Sept. 14, 2017
SSUSA Staff
2317 posts
John R ... If you were released from Team "A" and went to Team "B", the only way you are eligible to return to Team "A" is if Team "B" has disbanded for the Season ... An example of this would be if Team "B" does not plan on playing in Las Vegas, effectively disbanding for the balance of the 2017 Season ...
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