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Re: When to tell the family that you will not have them back

Anon
We have a coach in our area that will let you go through tryouts knowing he is cutting a kid. No balls to tell the family.
If you are sending your kid to tryouts and there is a possibility he is getting cut, after playing all season, then everybody knows it but you. No balls to tell your kid he shouldn't go to tryouts !

Re: When to tell the family that you will not have them back

Jan 15th at the LATEST!!!.....gives the family ample time to figure out next year...

Re: When to tell the family that you will not have them back

Holidays are no time to tell the kids to find their own place to live. Unless they're 35 and still in the basement like a lot of posters here.

Re: When to tell the family that you will not have them back

When to tell the family that you will not have them back?

Brother's and sisters you can tell them anytime as they wont listen anyway

Brother/sister in-laws - immediately after Christmas but before New Years

Mother & father-in-laws - wait until after New Years depending upon their drinking habits (after for booze-bags)

Kids - you never tell them before Holiday tournament time as no one else will drive them to Lake Placid

Wife - there is a sweet spot between New Years and St. Valentines Day offering a chance to save some $

Girlfriend - wait until you the car lease you've been paying for runs out. That way the repo man can explain it all to her

Re: When to tell the family that you will not have them back

Year-end push for "Post of the Year!":clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

Re: When to tell the family that you will not have them back

Anon
What is the cut off date to tell a family that you will be letting them go for next season?
Depends one the reason. So what's the reason in your senario?