In this example, a player already registered with a league has applied to play for another club in the same league. A club administrator created the player’s record.
As before, there is a check for duplicate records and one has been found. Tick the check box to acknowledge the match of the duplicate record and then click the Next button.
You can search for more duplicate records or click the Next button to move to the next step.
Now complete the player category field.
Using the data supplied, the system detects that the player is already registered to the league with another club and indicates that the nomination is to be treated as a player transfer. If you do not agree, then you must uncheck the tick box before clicking the Next button.
If you left the Player Transfer box ticked, the next screen will be a questionnaire from the league regarding the transfer as below. Otherwise, it will be a standard nomination.
If you unticked the Player Transfer box, then use the form to record why. The league will still be able to see the records and if there is no good reason to ignore, may well return the registration to you.
When you have completed and saved the details, the league site will be notified.
Note that if the transfer involves two leagues, the current league that the player is registered with will receive a notification as an interested party.
Before submitting a transfer, make yourself aware of your league’s regulations, as these will differ from league to league. The system will not prevent a transfer request that is after a deadline or breaks some other league’s rules, as programming in every specific instance is impossible.
However your league may decline the transfer, depending on their process