That's not really a false positive then is it?Articles have been released on this (It's what was being discussed) so perhaps read one before jumping in blind?
This is the sequence of events as reported widely.
LFT - Positive
Liverpool petition for game to be postponed.
PCR Tests - Positive
Game is postponed.
LFT - Negative
Players still isolate for 5 days despite negative LFT.
Players come back. Klopp complains about false positives.
That's not really a false positive then is it?
That’s nonsense I’m afraid - you’re conflating two entirely separate issues with very different degrees of complexity and transparency.This is gold plated bullshit. Since when does this forum give a shit about what the other clubs in the league are suspicious about?
Would you agree with this statement?
I doubt it. This forum only thinks the other clubs being suspicious matters when it's an opposition club being investigated, not City.
Employees of Liverpool FC illegally hacked our scouting network over a sustained period of time, and far from being apprehended by the club, one of the culprits was later promoted to a director roleI'm aggressive towards nutjob conspiracy dickheads who drag the quality of the forum down by spouting off their bullshit because when you come back to 15 replies from people coming up with ever more stupid conspiracy theories ignoring all common sense it's quite aggravating.
This is the kind of stuff posters would be pissing themselves about if they saw it on RAWK, calling them cultists, and yet you can't see when you're doing it yourself.
Spot on. I mean, how transparent is the Covid testing process at football clubs really?That’s nonsense I’m afraid - you’re conflating two entirely separate issues with very different degrees of complexity and transparency.
The procedures around COVID testing and disclosures to the authorities will be well established and clubs would be aware of deadlines relating to the potential postponement of matches. By any standard, Liverpool’s issue with the false positives is exceptional and so additional questions naturally arise with regard to the likely cause of the faulty tests and critically the sequence of events. Little to no information exists around this and so therefore an investigation appears warranted.
Worth noting as well that City’s finances in relation to FFP have been scrutinised by the authorities on numerous occasions, in direct response to pressure from other clubs, so I think you’re barking up the wrong tree with that particular analogy.
Precisely - in all seriousness and without engaging in conspiracies, I think it is potentially open to manipulation in relation to the timing of positive LFTs in the lead-up to fixtures. The false positive issue - which we know to be an extremely low probability event outside of manipulation/human error - simply asks further questions in relation to the protocols. So there is a need for clarification.Spot on. I mean, how transparent is the Covid testing process at football clubs really?
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