Where do I get cones and pinnies?
You will need to purchase those on your own. Ebay is a good source
How do I add or remove a player from my team?
Prior to adding a player to your roster, contact both Kevin and Karl to let them know the players info as well as parents e-mail address. Dropping a player off your roster: there must be something in an email from the parents saying their child is dropping from your team, and that needs to go to Karl so he can remove them off the website roster.
Player transfers from within the club and from outside the club.
Contact Karl for info on how to do so. Each league has its own rules on this and can be confusing at best..
Kevin Arcuri- firstname.lastname@example.org
Karl George- email@example.com
Lightning and Thunder info- http://www.usyouthsoccer.org/news/lightning_safety_outdoors/
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