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Re: What to Do About Inactive Teams?

Postby dfa » Thu Sep 22, 2011 2:30 am

As the season winds down I am faced with the same problem. It's difficult because the league is something of a community, or at worst loose associations. So there are 12 of us and 1 has been inactive. I don't want to kick out my friend, but it's not fair to the other owners that 1 league owner has been inactive. I have emailed her a few times, indicating that I would adjust her lineup if I don't hear back. This is fine, I think, I gave her fair warning, and she was pretty busy with real life. The problem becomes whether or not to adjust her roster. I came up with a clause for ratification in the league, but so far it hasn't been received all that well. It really sucks that one inactive owner can adversely affect the playoff hunt for other teams...
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