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  1. I think this is good concept also the faces on seats, i've watched several German matches and haven't found no crowd an issue.
  2. I've always believed if you have a chance you have to take it, the money on offer is just too much to turn down. However unsatisfactory it would be for me .. The needs of the many (and the future) outweigh the needs of the one ...
  3. Premier league footballers will be the most pampered and protected 'workers' around...I bet my local supermarket girl wished she had that much protection and that level of immediate testing.. I actually dont really think football should start yet, as it doesn't sit well with me ..but this type of whinging holds no substance I'm afraid.
  4. Not bothered about this season, expect it to be cancelled anyway eventually, no refund required. Next season obviously needs more discussion and options.
  5. No I agree, just looking at the basic concept of what could happen, most clubs have their own live feed plus some form of emergency TV / Sky contract for a season, with multi access, I think it could be a nice earner for TV, offering lots of options for fans, while clubs could claw back some revenue ....forget this season it's too messy and too soon and not important with all that's going on... leave the table as it is, promote top two etc but no relegation and concentrate on a proper no fans plan for next season whenever that is..
  6. I think 20/21 season tickets will be transferred over into paying for subscriptions for City World or similar as the whole season goes on internet / TV only (or until there is a cure)
  7. Current season dissolved in June for me, as we just run out of time to complete I've more a less given up the thought of going to football until next year now, whether that be through choice or out of necessity.
  8. can't have one rule for one and one for another, if the government say no due to restrictions etc so be it, otherwise surely the next best thing is to take the positions how they stand
  9. Thanks for this, its what I try ...says 'unfortunately we are able to process your request on line at present '
  10. I tried to pause mine but computer said no...maybe busy will try again this weekend
  11. I dont think it will happen, even if behind closed doors still too many people away from the players behind the scenes needed to make this happen, plus emergency services required still, either play it properly or dont bother for me personally.
  12. I wouldn't want football behind closed doors, pointless and soulless, like an actor on a stage with no crowd, get to whatever cut off point, take the positions, add no relegation, then concentrate on next season whenever it can begin.
  13. i agree I would prefer that, finish this season whenever it be in Nov if necessary and truncate next season, but my gut feel is there draw a line under this year across Europe and start next whenever is safely possible
  14. Prediction The season can't start satisfactorily by early June so is abandoned with no relegation and the two / three up's retained as current ....we go for a fresh start first Saturday in September with amendments to some cup competitions
  15. :laugh: i hadn't even thought about cancelling it until i noticed this thread...
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