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mariner paul
February 14, 2020, 2:48pm Report to Moderator
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With the storm David forecast inevitable is there a possibility that the match could be called off
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No, 0 chance

Storm Dennis on the other hand....
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North East Lincolnshire
Yellow warning of wind
Updated 14 February at 12:26 GMT
From
10:00 GMT on Sat 15 February
To
12:00 GMT on Sun 16 February
Storm Dennis will bring strong winds over the weekend. Some disruption to travel is likely across parts of England and Wales.

- Some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport are likely

- Delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges likely

- Some short term loss of power and other services is possible

- It’s likely that some coastal routes, sea fronts and coastal communities are affected by spray and/or large waves


Doesn't say anything about football matches having to be postponed  
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My phone's weather app seems to think that the worst of it won't come until Sunday so I'd expect the game to be on.

Let's hope a good game of football breaks out, despite the crummy weather conditions.
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The BBC forecast is for 45 mph winds throughout the period of the match tomorrow. If that materialises, I think it’s likely to be called off. Frankly, in those conditions, I’d rather it was. It would become lottery, and we could end up losing a game we really should have won.
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If you are doing 45mph  and there is a 45mph back wind and you stick your head out of the window will you feel any wind ?
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Quoted from joe56
The BBC forecast is for 45 mph winds throughout the period of the match tomorrow. If that materialises, I think it’s likely to be called off. Frankly, in those conditions, I’d rather it was. It would become lottery, and we could end up losing a game we really should have won.


The winds are forecast to be southerly which means that it it will largely be across the pitch and slightly sheltered by the Findus. If both keepers use their brains, they should be able to aim kicks towards the Main Stand and not see the ball sail back over their heads. Any clearances into midfield could be disastrous. Our new policy of 16 passes and a shot into the bottom corner seem spot on!
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Quoted from joe56
The BBC forecast is for 45 mph winds throughout the period of the match tomorrow. If that materialises, I think it’s likely to be called off. Frankly, in those conditions, I’d rather it was. It would become lottery, and we could end up losing a game we really should have won.


Postpone a game for 45mph winds, give over not a chance, this isn't the premiership you know that 🙄🤣
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BBC have revised the wind speeds upwards to 57 mph in Cleethorpes during the afternoon. Can’t see it being on. I hope I’m wrong.
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The only way wind will get a game called off at the professional level is if the ground gets damaged or something along those lines...


'the poor and the needy are selfish and greedy'...well done Mozza
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