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  1. Just like the whole life of the virus It depends who you listen to, some still think the dates could be safely brought forward There is a news conference at 5pm tonight which may give some indication
  2. Playing really well up to now, great goal
  3. The British and Irish Lions' schedule for this summer's tour of South Africa has been amended to reduce the risk of disruption caused by coronavirus. The team will play eight matches in three cities rather than six. Warren Gatland's side start in Johannesburg before playing in nearby Pretoria, while the first Test against the world champions is in Cape Town. A Lions statement said all games were being organised "on the basis they will take place behind closed doors". The 37-man squad will train and play in a coronavirus bubble with camps in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
  4. It's a lot more than just UEFA delegates, there is much more to hosting a game than just choosing a suitable ground If they wanted to do it for money and not the fans they would have left the match in Turkey, but they have moved it to a country that has been indentified as being suitable
  5. Very likely I would say, especially as it is now fairly common knowledge about why one employee was released before the end of the season following issues about whether a (now released) player was actually injured
  6. Don't know just know photos were taken at the ground and around random locations in Bristol last week It was all very cloak and dagger with the clothing people were wearing to hide the kits
  7. The odd thing is that she must still have months of maternity leave to take
  8. I agree, it will be about 11 released. Weimann and Lansbury are the two I expect to be offered something new
  9. All valid points, but the problem is the UK are not budging on restrictions being loosened for those coming into the country so hosting here is a no go
  10. There wasn't any way it could be played in the UK, next best thing is to play in a country that is safe to visit For once UEFA have done something right Assume you realise that they places ARE SAFE to visit and are aware of the checks EVERY supporter attending has to go through?
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