Coronavirus: Football Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by berryblue, 9 Mar 2020.

  1. itsnevereasy

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    I bet a higher % of players have STDs than this virus. Given they are elite sportsmen their bodies will likely cope with the virus much better than Dorris in Tesco could cope with it and she is out earning her £8.50 an hour.
     
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  2. cleavers

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    Is what you do essential ? If yes, then good take care

    Is football essential ? No.
     
  3. BluechesterCity

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    I have no idea what you're talking about.
     

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  4. Man_City_Loyal

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    Kyle Walker after his escapades the other week probably has...
     
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  5. shevtheblue

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    Sorry, maybe 'fear of the pandemic' is making me type all this and allowing to justify destroying the livelihood of millions of Britons..
     
  6. deafmanstevo

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    My lad is a supermarket worker, hes had quite a few people absent mindly tapping him on the shoulder asking where something is, and people accidentally bumping into each other. Social distancing only really works queuing up outside. The rest is bollocks.
     
  7. BluechesterCity

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    I'd suggest then that you don't live in fear. Take agency over your own life.
     
  8. The perfect fumble

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  9. Eds

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    Interestingly Eva Carneiro thinks the opposite. She said recently that professional players have been shown to be regularly immunosuppressed. This has been demonstrated by both blood tests and the rate and incidence of upper respiratory tract and other infections, which is how a virus like this starts.
     
  10. mexico1970

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    I don't know about that bud, how many premier league or indeed active footballers have died of covid? Footballers are young and fit it stands to reason they could probably deal with this virus better than a middle aged shopworker.
     

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