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  2. But I was responding to tinmans love child's point about surely the players could exercise if they were furloughed even if they wouldn't be allowed to 'train', they wouldn't be allowed to take instructions from coaching staff because they'd be following a program ie training
  3. The players will be receiving individual instructions by communicating with the performance team. Each individual will have their own tailored program and be in regular contact. If they’re not sure about something then they simply ask when they check in
  4. I often wonder what input LJ and his coaches have !!!
  5. Did he mention getting smacked by Gerry Gow on the half way line at the gate ? I think it was against Oxford. A difference of opinion about Goulds defensive duties or lack of. He did'nt come out for the 2nd half .
  6. Good time to Bury bad news as they say?...
  7. The point is would they know what to do if they couldn't be recieving instructions for their tailored program? They'd be guessing at what exercises to do if they couldn't be 'training' due to furlough
  8. England career is over
  9. Think it's only Bayern that have announced a tentative return to training. Meanwhile, a week ago players, coaching staff and top management at the following clubs had already announced that they were voluntarily taking a cut in their pay in order to help their club (others, it was reported, had hinted that they'd done so, but didn't want to make a media issue of it): > Gladbach - players, coaches and top management: 1m EUR savings a month for the club > Bayern - players and top management: 20% voluntary cut > BVB - ditto - "significant portions of their salaries", saving the club over 10m EUR > Mainz 05 - players forgoing wages > Union Berlin - players forgoing wages > Schalke > Koeln > Duesseldorf > Bielefeld (saving €1m) > Bochum > Wiesbaden > Karsruhe Meanwhile in the UK? Most players seem to be hiding behind the PFA and some clubs are taking tax-payers' money to fund the wages of non-playing staff. The UK doesn't compare well on this front, does it?
  10. I appreciate that but I can’t see how that would ever be identified by the powers that be or even be a priority to be identified by the powers that be, personally I think it’s a non-issue
  11. All the players will be in daily contact with Andy Rolls and his team. They’ll supervise their physical regime. I’m not sure what Input LJ and his coaches have tho. They obviously can’t coach via the training pitches.
  12. They would be following specificly tailored programs for each of them, being furloughed would mean receiving no instructions on what to do, as a result no knowing if they're doing too much/too little for muscle groups, when they should be swapping to something new etc
  13. Is C-19 less virulent in Germany as the rest of Europe?
  14. Today
  15. They did a lot of new stuff in between those years a lot of good new stuff and some not so good but last few years they seem to enjoy playing their older stuff again with some newer tracks too .Of course us fans love to hear the old tracks and sinalong .
  16. Oh dear Major, I had no idea that you wouldn’t be game for this....
  17. Words can't even describe how horrendous that is. The poor woman, I hope this at least liberates her mentally somewhat.
  18. Shame there wasnt a picture for Scunthorpe United, Arsenal, or Bristol City....
  19. No, if I remember correctly - it's what I hoped would happen, not necessarily what I thought would happen. Haven't been keeping abreast of it really though.
  20. Why should the top 2 go up for? They are easily catchable, that would be unfair on teams in the playoffs. If the top 2 can go up why cant the bottom 2 in the premier league go down? The same thing... Its unfair so in my opinion the league has to finish, theres no way the new season will be starting anyways so continue this season and get fresh for the euros next year with a break from January..
  21. 15 correct for me based on the asnwers I found via google. Some were a bit obvious when you knew the answer... but isnt that always the case!
  22. I don’t think many people questioned Russia getting the World Cup as they have some footballing history and as one of many city fans that went over there thought they did a great job Qatar on the other hand .. well that was brown envelopes all the way ....."..
  23. Yeah, I've seen tweets from various club reporters at regional papers saying the same thing as Gregor.
  24. No tackling due to social distancing. There may be live football before too long in Germany.
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