Coronavirus: Football Discussion Thread

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  1. give it to gordon

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    So I guess that means the virus is over , fans back , pubs open, no more 2 metres, all back at work.




    Not interested in football at all at the moment
     
  2. Keeper!

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    Agree with your sentiment, but football or sport in general without spectators is nothing, absolutely nothing.
     
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  3. Blue Maverick

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    So with the new track and trace the government can isolate towns etc, so if a group of footballers live in that town they have to isolate as Hancock says it’s their civic duty.
     

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  4. Gorton_Tubster

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    Lets hope so
     
  5. Boris Becker’s Backhand

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    Everyone’s different I suppose. I’m fascinated by the match not the crowd. Obvs it’s different when I’m watching city cos its fun to feel part of something and to shout and scream encouragement and I’m hugely invested in the result but my enjoyment of say Dortmund v Bayern the other day wasn’t diminished one bit by a lack of crowd noise or endless pointless lingering shots of the crowd
     
  6. give it to gordon

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    Does this means that any records broken will stand ?
    Even with different rules for the remaining 25% of the season to be played, or are any records null n void
     
  7. Gorton_Tubster

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    People are already taking to the beaches, the sun is bringing everyone out, less and less fear of this virus yet the situation is "fragile" with the "R" value. The cost of the PL restart could be very high if they dont give enough warnings and fines.
     
  8. Gorton_Tubster

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    IMO yes, no one seems to be that bothered about integrity
     
  9. pudge

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    Folk allowed to travel across the country and visit tourist destinations plus football starting up, the virus has gone!

    So with lockdown and social distancing now over, what's everyone's plans?
     
  10. marco

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    still say a ball wont be kicked, incoming 2nd wave is certain and we will have to shut down again causing further damage to the economy,two weeks is my guess when the R rate start going upwards
     
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