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Could anyone tell me the correct answer as to how many competitive games a player can play at junior level before having to sign for a club etc? I understand years back it was three competitive trialist games, however not sure if this rule has changed since? Thanks

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A trialist can play as many times as he is needed as long as not registered to another club at Junior or Senior level 

 

IF he is registered amateur you need permission from his club to play him as trialist 

 

Cannot playtrialists in know k out up games

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9 minutes ago, 21stcenturyboy said:

A trialist can play as many times as he is needed as long as not registered to another club at Junior or Senior level 

 

IF he is registered amateur you need permission from his club to play him as trialist 

 

Cannot playtrialists in know k out up games

Thanks for the clarification on this mate. This would then mean a player can play for a team the full season, as a trialist? That correct?

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1 hour ago, TheInvincibles said:

Thanks for the clarification on this mate. This would then mean a player can play for a team the full season, as a trialist? That correct?

Yes.

Trialists are allowed not only in the Sectional League Cup group games but they are also allowed in the first knockout round (round 2) when the two group winners of the relevant section play each other.

 

 

 

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Is it not 4? Big Christian Nade played 4 times as a trialist for Troon last season before he was eventually registered with them.

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9 hours ago, TheInvincibles said:

Thanks for the clarification on this mate. This would then mean a player can play for a team the full season, as a trialist? That correct?

Except for cup games.

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