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Player pass. Who wins? Who Loses?

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Re: Player pass. Who wins? Who Loses?

Post by ghostwhowalks on 17/02/14, 02:30 pm

Wonder how they will handle rescheduled games... eg, Team A (D1) and Team B(D2), Team A plays Saturday and Team B plays Sunday. A Roster-ed girl can now play both games, Sat and Sunday. But if Saturday game has been rescheduled for next Sunday, when both Team A and B play, can she play both the games on the same day???

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Post by anothercrazysoccerdad on 17/02/14, 04:22 pm

Looks like teams must still comply with the roster limits.  If you have 16 players on your roster in a max roster age group of 16 players, and you want to add for a player pass, someone will have to be "de-activated" or "injured" in order to add that player.  How many paying players will be OK with being "de-activated" for a game, if they are not truly injured?

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Post by Guest on 17/02/14, 04:47 pm

"How many paying players will be OK with being "de-activated" for a game, if they are not truly injured"

you would open the gates of hell on your team doing this. not gonna happen...

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Post by lostntexas on 17/02/14, 05:04 pm

I know for a fact that several clubs are going to use the player pass rule! So be ready!
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Post by soccermom11 on 06/03/14, 10:46 am

lostntexas wrote:I  know for a fact that several clubs are going to use the player pass rule! So be ready!
Yep, this weekend........

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Post by jsullivan81 on 06/03/14, 10:53 am

soccermom11 wrote:
lostntexas wrote:I  know for a fact that several clubs are going to use the player pass rule! So be ready!
Yep, this weekend........

Care to elaborate?

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Post by GrandTXSoccer on 06/03/14, 12:25 pm

This would be a good weekend for someone that plays in DIII but the club/coaches think could play in DI to get some touches. There are a couple of interesting scenarios but the only clubs that have DIII and DI teams are Sting and FCD. Both Sting West and FCD South are missing players so that would be the ideal scenario for the player pass rule. Plus both teams are tied at 5 points with FCD South holding the tie breaker. Three points would be huge, especially if the Warriors catch lighting in a bottle again and get another win.

(No idea if either team is doing it, just looking at the schedules and guessing so don't read too much into it).

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Post by SolarPower00 on 06/03/14, 12:35 pm

With spring break travel starting this weekend
& '03 DI and DIII playing on separate days
It will be a 'player pass' frenzy.

It's quite painless to 'deactivate' a rostered player if they're not gonna be there anyway.
Get ready.
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Post by soccermom11 on 06/03/14, 12:38 pm

The few that I am aware of are DI players that are playing down, not up. It might not even have an impact. I just thought it was odd because they are all the same club.

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Post by jsullivan81 on 06/03/14, 12:43 pm

So, if the post above is right, that would be Sting or FCD. I would assume it wouldnt be Sting, since two of those teams are playing each other this weekend in D3. I can't imagine that going over too well.

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Post by SolarPower00 on 06/03/14, 12:46 pm

If it helps keep a team in the league...then the club may approve of such
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Post by jsullivan81 on 06/03/14, 12:48 pm

Last time I trust something on this without reseaching. Solar also has a team in D1 and DIII. So, I supose as far as player pass rules in the 03 area, those are the only clubs that could do it. Think SRSA would loan players to DIII? That would be interesting.


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Post by outonthelimb on 06/03/14, 10:27 pm

Gtx, good insight. I'd put money on Sting G borrowing a guest keeper from Goodman or Skaife. That's enough for me to change my prediction.
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Post by CPPmustgoaway on 19/02/15, 03:49 pm

4-3-3 wrote:Who wins? Players.  Also coaches/clubs with enough collaboration across teams to make it work.

Who loses? Helicopter parents, small independents and clubs with enough political baggage between teams to prevent them moving players as needed.

I think it's a great rule that allows coaches to run teams more in the spirit of real academies. Also  glad to hear players can move up or down divisions.

Actually, nobody wins with CPP.

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Post by Zizou on 19/02/15, 03:57 pm

CPP, is good and allows for those players the opportunity to advance their playing Lvl within a club.

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Post by Guest on 19/02/15, 04:00 pm

CPPmustgoaway wrote:
4-3-3 wrote:Who wins? Players.  Also coaches/clubs with enough collaboration across teams to make it work.

Who loses? Helicopter parents, small independents and clubs with enough political baggage between teams to prevent them moving players as needed.

I think it's a great rule that allows coaches to run teams more in the spirit of real academies. Also  glad to hear players can move up or down divisions.

Actually, nobody wins with CPP.

the only winning move .....is not to play

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Post by Zizou on 19/02/15, 04:01 pm

PPl, and Arlington league will work!

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Post by SocDad on 19/02/15, 05:12 pm

silentparent wrote:
CPPmustgoaway wrote:
4-3-3 wrote:Who wins? Players.  Also coaches/clubs with enough collaboration across teams to make it work.

Who loses? Helicopter parents, small independents and clubs with enough political baggage between teams to prevent them moving players as needed.

I think it's a great rule that allows coaches to run teams more in the spirit of real academies. Also  glad to hear players can move up or down divisions.

Actually, nobody wins with CPP.

the only winning move .....is not to play

Good one Joshua
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Post by soccernovice04 on 19/02/15, 07:19 pm

silentparent wrote:
CPPmustgoaway wrote:
4-3-3 wrote:Who wins? Players.  Also coaches/clubs with enough collaboration across teams to make it work.

Who loses? Helicopter parents, small independents and clubs with enough political baggage between teams to prevent them moving players as needed.

I think it's a great rule that allows coaches to run teams more in the spirit of real academies. Also  glad to hear players can move up or down divisions.

Actually, nobody wins with CPP.

the only winning move .....is not to play
How about a nice game of chess?

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Post by swimmingatdawn on 21/02/15, 11:56 pm

jsullivan81 wrote:Last time I trust something on this without reseaching. Solar also has a team in D1 and DIII. So,  I supose as far as player pass rules in the 03 area, those are the only clubs that could do it. Think SRSA would loan players to DIII? That would be interesting.


Would they? They already have for multiple games. Ask you favorite solar coach JL. He is the biggest fan of CPP out there. Class act too. LOL
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Post by swimmingatdawn on 22/02/15, 12:32 am

swimmingatdawn wrote:
jsullivan81 wrote:Last time I trust something on this without reseaching. Solar also has a team in D1 and DIII. So,  I supose as far as player pass rules in the 03 area, those are the only clubs that could do it. Think SRSA would loan players to DIII? That would be interesting.


Would they?  They already have for multiple games.  Ask you favorite solar coach JL. He is the biggest fan of CPP out there.  Class act too. LOL

Afterthought. The JL team is an excellent argument for those that say that 1-2 CPP players don't necessarily make a difference in the outcome. Regrdless, they definiitely help, especially if they are playing down in divisions. SRSA '03 doesn't play in the LH '03 DI Div. They opted to play up in the 02 DII Div as they should! Therefore you are talking about girls playing down not only Divisions in their age group, but girls that are talentend enough to play up an age group all together. IMO CPP should only be allowed in same or lesser divisions. Mirror the Classic League rules. It's a no brainer to me, and the debate is tiresome, but if knew what the LH board members were thinking...... I might be convinced to buy snow from an esikimo. Insert Disclaimer * I'm am sincerely sorry if any eskimos were offended by these statements.
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