14 Mar 2005 nymia   » (Master)

E Pluribus Unum

Not sure how it would be written down, but I guess the sequence of events should start right after the last game ended. The reason why I approached the team captains who were there yesterday was to suggest a couple of ideas.

The first one was the establishment of a team captains club, a very exclusive club only for team captains. This club is autonomous with the authority to setup a league or tournament.

The second one was to move to the next level of practice. As of the moment, practice is basically limited to open gyms and on tournament day. Some players just get their stuff while playing. To get more playing time, team captains will setup a practice game against another team. Time, location and number of teams will be figured in. In a certain way, practice games will provide teams with the needed time to tune-up their players. A cheaper alternative to playing in the same intensity of competition found in tournaments.

Well, it turns out all the team captains agreed to the idea. They are interested in setting up an informal network. Every one of them agreed with no minor objections. This is cool, though. I would imagine a lot of good things will come out when team captains are unified under one club or even organization.

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