Rescheduling is a pain in the butt. Players sign up for Saturday sport. Many can't do Sunday's or weekdays. Their teams suffer when catch up games occur. We all know we have catch-ups when it rains and have to deal with that. Shouldn't have to deal with rescheduling as well.
Dude, I know it is disappointing not to play, and personally I'd push my team to re-schedule, but it is your team that wasn't able to field a team on the scheduled day(s). They are under no obligation to play games based on your teams social calendar.
Post by paulsmouth on May 27, 2016 13:44:25 GMT 10
So Stopper I assume you're from wenty, would that be a fact? I can understand that you feel butt hurt and would try to save face for your club, but you do agree that you would attempt to reschedule if in their shoes, cheers.
Nobody is arguing against the fact your club is not obligated to do anything, just that its poor form.
Hey mate. Unlucky on the losses. Im from that wenty team that you speak of. We cant train during the week because many of us have work and family commitments... the boys take 2 or 3 hours out of their week to play football on a SATURDAY not try and bend their personal lives around your own affairs!
Hopefully we get to play in the finals if we are there. Good luck for the rest of the season.
Wenty at it again. Placed 4th and a catch up game against the other Dundas AAM10 team who are 2pts behind in 5th. We have tried to reschedule this game various times but they won't seem to agree to any time. Looks like the game won't go ahead so they'll get into the finals based off of two forefit victories against a Dundas team, and by not playing the other. Congrats...
123 - If the game will have an impact on finals spots then it should be played. If Wenty wont agree to a time get your clubs comp sec to take it up with their comp sec and if that doesnt work ask GDSFA to schedule it.