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  1. I think that may well happen since the virus will still be around "next season" but it would be possible to finish this season's games (over a longer period) then get back to normal in 21/22, that would be a neat and tidy solution apart from the financial repercussions for the clubs but that's going to happen in any case. If this season is abandoned there could be legal action from the clubs that have lost out (eg Leeds, WBA) and the EFL will want to avoid that possibility.
  2. You might have done the right thing by not renewing, if there's a lull they might try and finish this season but I reckon next season will be cancelled and they'll go again in 2021/22. There's no way this virus is going to be over by September and they reckon there'll be another peak next winter before it subsides.
  3. I'm guessing we'll have to pay for away games but that they'll be available on stream
  4. I read that season ticket holders may have access to a live stream of EFL games if they're played behind closed doors probably so clubs don't feel obliged to offer a refund
  5. The virus could still be around next winter so they will try and finish this season without crowds then see how things are in August
  6. Agree about Massengo, started off most of our good moves
  7. OK we were 15th and on a poor run of results, I can remember everyone at the time thinking relegation was a distinct possibility, in any case it confirms my original point that it was a much different situation to our position now under LJ.
  8. No we were well into bottom half when GJ was sacked, only finsihed 10th as results dramatically improved when Millen took over, under him we won 5 games and only lost once.
  9. We had Bobby Reid and Joe Bryan then, they were quality that season. The reason we're treading water is trying to replace the good players we've sold. New players take time to integrate into the team even if they're good
  10. If we lose Eliasson and Diedhiou at the end of the season as seems likely it's hard to be optimistic about next year. I understand the reasons for our transfer policy but it means the best signings move on fairly quickly but we're stuck with the rest
  11. There's a big difference though we were slipping near the relegation zone when GJ left not just outside the playoffs
  12. Thought Weimann did well today esp 1st half
  13. I think he wants to play one up front and Wells can't play that role, I would think Weimann will be out wide giving some extra numbers in midfield so we don't get overrun like in recent games
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