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  1. No, I got nothing.
  2. I'm not sure if this has been covered elsewhere already but I did a quick search and couldn't see anything having been posted about this, I haven't read the whole thread but... the first thing that occurred to me is that surely with options 1 and 2 is that these are a breach of data protection laws (maybe 2 less so as you have to opt in to this one). I am by no means an expert of the regulations but I wouldn't have thought that the intended purpose of holding season ticket holders names was to print them in a programme or have them listed on a shirt. There is no way of opting in to options 1
  3. This may be a massive whoosh from me but I think you are calling me a see you next tuesday for pointing out that redskin can be considered a racist term, otherwise I'm completely lost with that comment.
  4. Ironic coming from someone whose username can be considered a racist term.
  5. Exactly. We're stuck in a half way house at the moment, the two options should be containment or mitigation. The lockdown we have will never achieve containment because its not strict enough and then we are far too tough to be following a mitigation strategy because there is a mentality of 1 case is too one too many still. In the context of football this is going to keep rumbeling on and on and until there becomes an acceptance that there will be cases but we just need to move along taking reasonable precautions then nothing will be able to get started because odd cases will keep p
  6. I think the only two sporting things to do are to either null and void the season or wait to resume when football can be played in front of fans at the teams home ground. Take the championship table and you have a split where the table is split in two where birmingham and up have a chance of promotion (birmingham I think would require 23 points from 27 to sneak a play off spot, tough but impossible), then directly below Birmingham you have stoke 3 points above the drop. Other circumstances are teams like hull in free fall, cardiff, millwall, Blackburn all on decent runs towards a play off
  7. Taking aside the fact that the virus can be spread to vulnerable people, the disease isn't deadly to healthy young people. The number of cases are extremely rare where it is deadly to that bracket of people. The strategy can't be to stay in lockdown until there's a vaccine, it's always been said its in order to stop the nhs becoming overwhelmed. That to me indicates that at a point in time it will be down to the public to make their own decision on whether they want to stay in self isolation, albeit there will certainly be some restrictions in place I would have thought. Footballers
  8. Companies house are granting three month extensions for june 30th accounts due to be filled by the end of this month currently. Could be a long wait still to see the state of their last 18/19 accounts.
  9. We're at a point now where if we win against Blackburn and Wednesday we would have put ourselves in a great position, lose them both and the play-off hopes are all but over. Each round of games there will probably be a team or two knocked out of the race and it's just down to whichever team puts on a decent run. If you take the points from our reverse fixtures earlier in the season for our remaining games then it would leave us on 68 points if we matched those results so we probably need to do slightly better against these teams. There are a few six pointers in the ne
  10. Taking away from the topic of the united players behaviour, the decision to award the foul was 100% spot on. Van dyke makes contact with de gea after de gea has got hold of the ball, it may have been tight but he did. The rules of the game state: [a] goalkeeper is considered to be in control of the ball when: the ball is between the hands or between the hand and any surface (e.g. ground, own body) or by touching it with any part of the hands or arms except if the ball rebounds accidentally from the goalkeeper or the goalkeeper has made a save. [a] goal
  11. kit

    Set pieces

    I think there were at least two taken by him first half.
  12. This is probably the key point i.e. what was the sign off given by the f.a. I haven't seen anything that says with any certainty what it was. I also think if you have an independent valuation that can argue that the ground was worth that value and even if it seems high but the assumptions used have some sort of credence then I think it's tough for the efl to prove this. There just isn't a market for football grounds in derby to test the value against. The land is relatively easy, the stadium is not. I think there is wide spectrum of values you could land on, it boils down to poor leg
  13. I have to say I think Derby have a case. It feels very much a case of the proverbial bolting of the door. It seems obvious that they have found a way around the rules but I don't think it has been swept under the carpet at all from Derbys side of things. Unless there its something more to this I would be very surprised if there was any retrospective punishment for Derby once it's all played out, they've been open and transparent taking at face value that the efl signed off their transactions at the time. It seems to me that the efl have little basis for the charge. Sheffield W
  14. It's probably a case of lose the next two league games and you start getting a little more concerned albeit its still highly unlikely. Win the next two and its laughable to have even been concerned. I think if we were where we are now a month or so ago then it would be very concerning but we are in a much better starting posotion than when we fell like a stone in johnsons first full season.
  15. But we had weiman playing centre midfield and really had no shape whatsoever with zero bite in midfield. The moment Moore came on we had shape and looked defensively solid. It wasn't until the second sub that we then lost that shape and started getting ripped open again.
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