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Old 03-10-2020, 04:52   #121
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But with respect that isnt really the point is it ?

When you have the 3 generations living in the 3 bedroom terraced house and the teenager goes out into the big wild world and brings the virus back into the house its pretty obvious and doesnt take a genius to work out that it wont be long before the other 12 of them catch it and are soon out in the community happily spreading it about probrably in most cases without even knowing it.

Ive said right from the start it was absolute madness to send people with positive tests back into their own households to isolate.

At the start of the crisis the government were offered both the Premier Inn and Travelodge estates so why the hell they didnt take them up on it and then a positive test would have meant 2 weeks of Borisis hospitality watching p o r n and sky sports for in relative luxury locked in a lodge room but in the knowledge they wouldnt be infecting anybody.
Councils spent a lot of money on hotels for homeless people, they were not free,and the money soon ran out.

They were not used for COVID positive people, as it could lead to more break-outs unless they would have been confined to a room by an armed guard. Plus it would be very dangerous for the staff and their families and here would only have a fraction of the numbers needed.

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Old 03-10-2020, 08:04   #122
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But with respect that isnt really the point is it ?

When you have the 3 generations living in the 3 bedroom terraced house and the teenager goes out into the big wild world and brings the virus back into the house its pretty obvious and doesnt take a genius to work out that it wont be long before the other 12 of them catch it and are soon out in the community happily spreading it about probrably in most cases without even knowing it.

Ive said right from the start it was absolute madness to send people with positive tests back into their own households to isolate.

At the start of the crisis the government were offered both the Premier Inn and Travelodge estates so why the hell they didnt take them up on it and then a positive test would have meant 2 weeks of Borisis hospitality watching p o r n and sky sports for in relative luxury locked in a lodge room but in the knowledge they wouldnt be infecting anybody.
So everyone in the country has either of those hotel chains around the corner what a load of tripe this thread going way of subject which is to get crowds back, when some clubs are allowed to have people in their clubhouse watching on TV with the match yards away shows how out of touch this government his. Supporters, clubs, and football authorities should throw as much pressure on the buffoons in charge to get limited crowds back into safe environment,s thus saving them wasting even more money.
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Old 03-10-2020, 08:29   #123
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Supporters, clubs, and football authorities should throw as much pressure on the buffoons in charge to get limited crowds back into safe environment,s thus saving them wasting even more money.
exactly. its pointless everyone moaning separetly about the issue and need everyone to get together in one big effort and carry on with it to obtain change. like them or not look what some change the BLM movement have made by being organised and sticking together.
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watching p o r n and sky sports for in relative luxury locked in a lodge room

Right, thanks for the tip, I now know where I'll be booking in to next time I need a place to stay!
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Old 03-10-2020, 10:32   #125
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Vue cinema chain have 3 Premiership games airing this weekend so ok for them to make some income from football, going to bang my head on the wall and see if I can come up with a brainstorming nonsense idea to suggest next.
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Old 04-10-2020, 00:36   #126
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'happily spreading it about probrably in most cases without even knowing it.'

That's not logic NS. 'Happily spreading it about' implies intent but then you say ' without even knowing it' which contradicts any intent. Don't get it.

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Old 04-10-2020, 09:03   #127
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Borissia Dortmund had 11,500 fans in their 81000+ capacity stadium yesterday common sense Germans while our government twiddling thumb's on what crazy non understandable rule to introduce next. And here they are suggesting being locked out till March and beyond by which time most fans will be bored with soulless streamed games.
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not so sure andy yeh i would be fed up not seeing us live but i would still watch for the simple reason stanley ger brass outs i follow at the moment, and well its not that great its money and will help a bit.
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Old 04-10-2020, 14:32   #129
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Premier League to approach the government with a plea for limited fans returning if it's compulsory for them all to have the downloaded NHS track and trace app which they are so keen on promoting, it's now used widely in pubs, restaurants, shops etc. Also saying they have proof that after the Brighton game attended by 2500 fans there was no transmission at the event or any effect on local rates. Football baffled by tha announcement of plans to allow 3000 spectators into a 5272 capacity Albert hall, as well as all that there is no prospect of a bailout of struggling EFL clubs by the Premiership.
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Old 05-10-2020, 08:26   #130
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[QUOTE=andyd;1245385]Premier League to approach the government with a plea for limited fans returning if it's compulsory for them all to have the downloaded NHS track and trace app which they are so keen on promoting,

rather have no live football than that. do not posess a phone capable anyway to download the app. would not want to do so anyway. for me the less information the government have about me the better i feel. its not i,m doing anything wrong its just the principle behind it.
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Old 05-10-2020, 16:24   #131
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Oxford,s game on Saturday was called off 32 minutes before kick off because a Crewe player having had his own test proved positive, now Oxford having to pay to have all their staff and players tested. In a scenario where we are trying to convince an increasingly inconsistent government about safe return of fans surely the testing that is mandatory in the Premiership should be right through the pryamid at least then you wouldn't have last minute postponement,s adding even more unaffordable costs. Latest nonsense waffle after the announcement of the closing of the big cinema chain for the immediate future was guess what Boris encourage,s us to visit the cinema.
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Old 05-10-2020, 16:50   #132
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Oxford,s game on Saturday was called off 32 minutes before kick off because a Crewe player having had his own test proved positive, now Oxford having to pay to have all their staff and players tested. In a scenario where we are trying to convince an increasingly inconsistent government about safe return of fans surely the testing that is mandatory in the Premiership should be right through the pryamid at least then you wouldn't have last minute postponement,s adding even more unaffordable costs. Latest nonsense waffle after the announcement of the closing of the big cinema chain for the immediate future was guess what Boris encourage,s us to visit the cinema.
The Crewe player was Omar Beckles I believe.
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Old 05-10-2020, 17:10   #133
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The Crewe player was Omar Beckles I believe.
Omar Sharif did you say off to the cinema then.
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The Crewe player was Omar Beckles I believe.
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Old 06-10-2020, 14:42   #135
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Petition to force the Government to allow crowds in. At 23k currently, needs 100k to force government debate

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