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Discussion: Release

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July 23, 2009
5 posts
Does anyone have any advice on how to get a release from a team without the manager signing off? the manager wont return phone calls or emails ?and does anyone know how long your on a roster?Thanks
July 23, 2009
Men's 60
129 posts
Topgun, I don't know how you can get a release without the manager signing the form, maybe someone who's gone through it can help out with that, but you're on the roster until after the Worlds in Phoenix, around Nov 1st. The Winter Worlds in Vegas and the Winter Nationals in Fla are 2010 Tournaments. Hope that helps,
July 23, 2009
5 posts
Thanks Bruce
July 24, 2009
Men's 65
885 posts
Topgun22, BruceAZ is correct. Under the "Tournaments" tab is a "Forms" section. The "Player Release Form" is one of the selections. The team Manager must sign off on the players release prior to forwarding to SSUSA.
July 24, 2009
Men's 65
4549 posts
I think the ability for a the player to get released on his own is lacking. I believe you only get one release per year in SSUSA so why not a form for the player to do it on his own as well. A release is still a release.
You have the choice to keep playing, probably the mgrs intend, or not play and wait it out until the next season starts in about mid Nov.
But what ever you do do not sign another roster in or for Vegas (for sure) or Phoenix unless you plan on staying with that team for the next year.
New year is only 4 moths away. Might be worth the wait, & maybe things will smooth out where you are.
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