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Feb. 22
Men's 60
345 posts
Staff, if a player has played in the previous year with a team (on Roaster) and at the start of the new season (winter tournament) comes around and does not play with said team, but is on that roaster (did not play) is that player officially on that teams roaster?

Does that player need a release from that roaster and does it constitute a release?

Feb. 22
Men's 70
4361 posts
Manny ... ALL players become "free agents" at the conclusion of their team's age/division of play (whether or not they participate) in the SSUSA World Championships in September/October ... As such, they do NOT need a release to join a new/different team for the new current season beginning in November ... They may sign on with any team for which they are otherwise eligible as to age, rating experience history and residency ... Simply being on a roster because the team manager put you on it does NOT bind you to that team unless you actually play for them in a current year event ... If that player might be you, please call the Sacramento Home Office at (916) 326.5303, run this by them and they will take you off that roster ... Good luck this Season ...

Feb. 22

36 posts

Whew....I was afraid I would be Roasted!

Feb. 22
Men's 60
345 posts
Thank you Dave

Hope 2022 is the best for you and yours stay healthy.

See you down the line.

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