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Old 09-25-2012, 10:25 PM   #1357
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Default Re: Tennis Tipping Managers 2012 - Need managers for October

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Originally Posted by Direnan View Post
Here, a player can submit in 2 tournaments and not ask OUT in the first, can sent picks "nonstandard", can play all weeks and not help in anyone, can complain about any little thing...

And a manager can't not post a entry list, in 1 tournament only, for important reasons?

If this were more times, i don't will reclaim, but was only 1 time.

With regards to a player committing to two events at once - that is an issue that you can remember for the next Changes thread.

Picks sent in the wrong format - a Manager can give a warning/penalise a player if they so choose - personally I never have and never would, I think it's more productive to send a PM to the player explaining why they're in the wrong format which always seems to work.

Theres some people in the world who you could give a cheque for a million pounds/dollars to and they'd complain it was the wrong colour ink - that's life.

Entry Lists - it does not take that long at all for an entry list to be done - particularly with sfar's Entry List maker, its only a case of typing all the names in a list and cutting and pasting. But the same thing really, if a manager is unable to do one if they make it known someone else can do one for them.

Sorry, but I'm not sure what you mean in the last sentence.

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Originally Posted by Freak3yman84 View Post
This. I think it should be a requirement to know how to make an OOP, EL, and draw. TBH the players aren't helpless...
That would be Ideal – but I don’t see that happening.

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Originally Posted by rvugt View Post
But I agree on the player submitting in 2 tournaments which was very bad!
Me too
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