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Re: EFL Petition

Postby adher36 » 18 Oct 2020, 22:42

hoofer2 wrote:
rudebwoyben wrote:I think

I don't normally comment on politics but Corbyn did not have the backbone to say he was pro Brexit or remain. The 3 main political parties decided to bicker among themselves on a topic that had nothing to do with party politics, the future of UK was at stake. If the Tories, Lib Dems and Labour spoke from common platform, it would have tipped decision to Remain.
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby rudebwoyben » 18 Oct 2020, 23:14

adher36 wrote:
hoofer2 wrote:
rudebwoyben wrote:I think

I don't normally comment on politics but Corbyn did not have the backbone to say he was pro Brexit or remain. The 3 main political parties decided to bicker among themselves on a topic that had nothing to do with party politics, the future of UK was at stake. If the Tories, Lib Dems and Labour spoke from common platform, it would have tipped decision to Remain.
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby Josh SKywalker » 19 Oct 2020, 07:08

Comparing Covid in the UK to other countries round the world isn't smart in my opinion, we're all aware Asia is completely different to the the UK and may as well be a different planet & I'm sure New Zealand would have had an easier time containing their issues given the amount of people in their country.

I think we can all agree that the UK government has and is still handling it badly unfortunately....I mean are we still letting fans into tier 3 and below football matches in London or tier 3 areas up North? It's a mass gathering which ever way you look at it.
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby Hiveoccupier » 19 Oct 2020, 08:02

Josh SKywalker wrote:Comparing Covid in the UK to other countries round the world isn't smart in my opinion, we're all aware Asia is completely different to the the UK and may as well be a different planet & I'm sure New Zealand would have had an easier time containing their issues given the amount of people in their country.

I think we can all agree that the UK government has and is still handling it badly unfortunately....I mean are we still letting fans into tier 3 and below football matches in London or tier 3 areas up North? It's a mass gathering which ever way you look at it.


Therein lies a large part of the problem. Instead of having the humility to be to look at and learn from good practice we have to reinvent wheels starting with square ones.
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby Mikel Bee » 19 Oct 2020, 10:43

Hiveoccupier wrote:
Josh SKywalker wrote:Comparing Covid in the UK to other countries round the world isn't smart in my opinion, we're all aware Asia is completely different to the the UK and may as well be a different planet & I'm sure New Zealand would have had an easier time containing their issues given the amount of people in their country.

I think we can all agree that the UK government has and is still handling it badly unfortunately....I mean are we still letting fans into tier 3 and below football matches in London or tier 3 areas up North? It's a mass gathering which ever way you look at it.


Therein lies a large part of the problem. Instead of having the humility to be to look at and learn from good practice we have to reinvent wheels starting with square ones.
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby jerroll » 19 Oct 2020, 11:03

I'd like to see the number of outbreaks caused by attending step 3 - 6 covid secure matches, haven't seen any figures either way. I will continue to attend games wearing a mask & gloves until it's proven to be unsafe.
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby pokal02 » 19 Oct 2020, 11:33

Zero outbreaks that I know of following Step 3-6 matches.

Even the lockdown-fanatic scientists have conceded that the vast majority of the spread is indoors and are not seeking further restrictions outdoors.
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby Josh SKywalker » 19 Oct 2020, 11:34

jerroll wrote:I'd like to see the number of outbreaks caused by attending step 3 - 6 covid secure matches, haven't seen any figures either way. I will continue to attend games wearing a mask & gloves until it's proven to be unsafe.


"Covid Secure" - If it was that easy, we wouldn't have a tier system.

Point is, it's a large gathering (not to mention the players at those levels in all likelihood aren't being tested) and we're trying to avoid such things at the moment.
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby jerroll » 19 Oct 2020, 11:35

pokal02 wrote:Zero outbreaks that I know of following Step 3-6 matches.

Even the lockdown-fanatic scientists have conceded that the vast majority of the spread is indoors and are not seeking further restrictions outdoors.

Good news, long may that continue.
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby becbee » 19 Oct 2020, 12:24

Josh SKywalker wrote:
jerroll wrote:I'd like to see the number of outbreaks caused by attending step 3 - 6 covid secure matches, haven't seen any figures either way. I will continue to attend games wearing a mask & gloves until it's proven to be unsafe.


"Covid Secure" - If it was that easy, we wouldn't have a tier system.

Point is, it's a large gathering (not to mention the players at those levels in all likelihood aren't being tested) and we're trying to avoid such things at the moment.


Your comment about the tier system is irrelevant, it's due to the fact that elite football is receiving financial support whereas non elite is not.
I presume that those attending non elite matches are obliged to give Track and Trace details and I'd be surprised if the press wouldn't have got wind of any news about a few hundred fans all being contacted following a non elite match. To say nothing of that club having virtually nil attendance at their following home fixture because all their supporters were having to isolate for 14 days!
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby jerroll » 19 Oct 2020, 12:29

Josh SKywalker wrote:
jerroll wrote:I'd like to see the number of outbreaks caused by attending step 3 - 6 covid secure matches, haven't seen any figures either way. I will continue to attend games wearing a mask & gloves until it's proven to be unsafe.


"Covid Secure" - If it was that easy, we wouldn't have a tier system.

Point is, it's a large gathering (not to mention the players at those levels in all likelihood aren't being tested) and we're trying to avoid such things at the moment.

you stick to your doom and gloom - i will try and live my life thanks!
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby JWTBee » 19 Oct 2020, 12:46

[b]You stick to your doom and gloom - I will try and live my life thanks!/b]

I'm 100% with you on this one!
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby MCB » 19 Oct 2020, 14:26

jerroll wrote:
Josh SKywalker wrote:
jerroll wrote:I'd like to see the number of outbreaks caused by attending step 3 - 6 covid secure matches, haven't seen any figures either way. I will continue to attend games wearing a mask & gloves until it's proven to be unsafe.


"Covid Secure" - If it was that easy, we wouldn't have a tier system.

Point is, it's a large gathering (not to mention the players at those levels in all likelihood aren't being tested) and we're trying to avoid such things at the moment.

you stick to your doom and gloom - i will try and live my life thanks!


Has lockdown led you to find grudging respect for the IPL Jerroll? I know you're not a fan of 20/20 - but it's all the cricket on at the moment :D
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby jerroll » 19 Oct 2020, 15:14

MCB wrote:
jerroll wrote:
Josh SKywalker wrote:
jerroll wrote:I'd like to see the number of outbreaks caused by attending step 3 - 6 covid secure matches, haven't seen any figures either way. I will continue to attend games wearing a mask & gloves until it's proven to be unsafe.


"Covid Secure" - If it was that easy, we wouldn't have a tier system.

Point is, it's a large gathering (not to mention the players at those levels in all likelihood aren't being tested) and we're trying to avoid such things at the moment.

you stick to your doom and gloom - i will try and live my life thanks!


Has lockdown led you to find grudging respect for the IPL Jerroll? I know you're not a fan of 20/20 - but it's all the cricket on at the moment :D

Sheffield shield is on in straya so there is some proper cricket going on. I have been watching bits of the IPL as I am only working part time still! i would be very suspicious if i was the ACU watching some of the recent games!
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Re: EFL Petition

Postby BeeinBristol » 20 Oct 2020, 11:23

I have been pleased to hear that those who have been attending non- elite games have been happy with the way the covid safety issues have been managed. What i am interested to know how the movement of fans to & from grounds (especially) has been managed if at all, as this an obvious area for concern. So for example for a match with a 400 attendance are people let out section by section?
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