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public interface Team {
* Return a {@code String} that is the name of this team.
String getName();
* Return the players that are on this team. The set returned is a set of
* player objects.
Set<Player> getRoster();
* Add a player to the team.
void addPlayer(Player toAdd);
* Remove a player from the team.
void removePlayer(Player toRemove);
* Return a list of players who are on this team who have the supplied name.
* In general, the returned list will either be empty (which will be the
* case if there are no players on the team with the name) or a singleton
* list. However, if there are multiple players on the team with the same
* name, it will be up to the caller to decide which of the players in the
* list is wanted.
* @param name
* {@link String} containing the name of the player whose object
* is wanted
* @return a {@link List} of {@link Player} objects whose names match the
* supplied {@link String}. If there are no players with a matching
* name, the list is empty
Set<Player> getPlayer(String name);
* Return the player on the team with the indicated player id. If no player
* has the supplied id, return {@code null}.
* @param playerId
* The {@link UUID} of the player whose record is desired
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