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Rob_in_Grimsby
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Looks like the 3rd is off  for fans as is the   pilot 1000 crowd games

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/54.....sIANApxMEoYUAeRMcYts
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I'm flipping fuming.
79000 people a day take public transport in London, shut down the tube system.
Football should be okay because they don't kick off after 10 o'clock, between the hours of 0900 @ 2200 there is no C19 ot only comes out at 10.
You can take a flight with 300 strangers farting and coughing but you can't go to an outdoor area.
Every fan who would have gone to the games should turn up anyway.
flipping nanny state male masturbators


In his three stints as Grimsby Town manager spanning over 10 years the club was never relegated and he also guided them to three promotions.
Only 14 managers have reached 1,000 matches in charge of a Football League team by 1998 and Buckley is one of them.
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i mean i cant imagine they'd have made as much of a mess as the shower of shite we have at the moment, but leaving politics out of it, the BBC sport guy, Dan Roan, has tweeted that this isnt a short term measure and they are asking clubs what the chances of survival are if football continues behind closed doors for the foreseeable


Well they made a complete shower of shite out of the last election and Kier (I'm not going to answer that question) Starmer was a leading member of it as it was his crackpot Brexit policy that copulated them up.
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Call me thick if you like, but how am I safer in the pub with people from other households than sitting in a football stadium sat in my own household bubble?

Surely we should be given responsibility to assess our own risk? The collateral damage that Johnson is causing is frankly mind blowing.
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September 22, 2020, 2:17pm

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Call me thick if you like, but how am I safer in the pub with people from other households than sitting in a football stadium sat in my own household bubble?

Surely we should be given responsibility to assess our own risk? The collateral damage that Johnson is causing is frankly mind blowing.


i agree 100% with you
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If the football is bad you can always watch the gulls.
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Quoted from The Old Codger
Call me thick if you like, but how am I safer in the pub with people from other households than sitting in a football stadium sat in my own household bubble?

Surely we should be given responsibility to assess our own risk? The collateral damage that Johnson is causing is frankly mind blowing.


As I am a contractor paid for the time I’m in work I’ve had to re-assess what I can do in my spare time to avoid periods without pay. As a result: I’ve not been for a pint or a meal out since March, the only socialising I have done is with a mate on the golf course or in parks for walks with my family and I’ve completely cut off meeting extended family since lockdown. Of course none of this matters as I’ve found out today as some dipshit at work decided to have a party at his at the weekend and one of the attendees has tested positive.

For now it looks as if I’m in the clear as I didn’t work with him yesterday but it just shows that making your own calculated risks doesn’t count for nothing because the selfish sharp objects that we have to share a country with don’t care about consequences.
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the government are admitting that sport has done a good job to make it as safe as possible..the government's worry is how people get to the ground..doesn't seem to stop thousands going to work on the tube does it.

edit .. in fairness I have just read that they want people to work from home if possible.
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As I am a contractor paid for the time I’m in work I’ve had to re-assess what I can do in my spare time to avoid periods without pay. As a result: I’ve not been for a pint or a meal out since March, the only socialising I have done is with a mate on the golf course or in parks for walks with my family and I’ve completely cut off meeting extended family since lockdown. Of course none of this matters as I’ve found out today as some dipshit at work decided to have a party at his at the weekend and one of the attendees has tested positive.

For now it looks as if I’m in the clear as I didn’t work with him yesterday but it just shows that making your own calculated risks doesn’t count for nothing because the selfish sharp objects that we have to share a country with don’t care about consequences.


We make calculated risks as a family by having days out etc but we keep our distance from people. I've been to football matches and again, I keep my distance from people.

I haven't seen my family all year because I'm taking calculated risks to keep my family sane.

Like you say though, these risks don't stop you coming across absolute morons.
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September 22, 2020, 3:40pm

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Random rules. 15 people at a wedding and 30 at a funeral. 6 in your garden or in a park, 300 at a Step 3+ football match, zero for "elite" football. However many a plane/pub/supermarket holds. With numerous exceptions. I went on an organised walk the other day. Used to be limited to groups of 6, but now each person is allowed 5 "guests" so you can have groups of 30. Every single rule is blatantly ignored if possible by some and nobody is ever punished. And yet the government claim to be following "the science". Make more sense looking at tea leaves.


'Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.  
~ Alfred Lord Tennyson

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