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  1. I meant as in the time you quoted to vaccine everyone, you wouldn't need 3 months as many wouldn't need it. If a club only has 10 immune players then obviously the game wouldn't be played - the season wouldn't even be restarted without proper testing of every player (both types of test).
  2. TBF I wouldn't be surprised if their commercial man is thinking "I wonder if we can make some money here" and pitch it to Wally and some TV execs (in the London office obviously)? He has obviously been told numerous times about the famous quarterzzz, and how every club in the land loves them - he may even be stupid enough to believe the lies...... It really would be comedy gold.
  3. Plenty will have had it and be immune before a vaccine is produced
  4. I was shocked at this post (because it wasn't aimed at Henbury)!! The problem for you (not for any of us thankfully) is that you're so thick as pig sh** you can't lie in a straight line. Because you've got nothing going upstairs apart from your deluded Walter Mitty fantasies you can't remember the made up crap you've posted on here. Which really makes life simple for us because (again probably because you are cerebrally low functioning) you haven't realised that this is the internet and we can just look back at all the deluded bollocks you've written over the years which contradicts the other deluded bollocks you've written. How have you not figured out yet how you've destroyed your own credibility several times over? Oh yes ... because you have the cognitive capacity of a gastropod.
  5. Maybe in the next 12 months if Wally plays his card right he can get carried through North Street......
  6. Wally been reported to the EFL to be investigated under the "fit and proper person rules"!!! https://gaschat.co.uk/thread/16145/wael-alqadi-reported-efl
  7. "but we felt we could not let two significant issues in our club’s recent history pass without comment". What exactly is their comment as they haven't really said anything? As above Wally is their President isn't he? Bizarre.
  8. This maybe? Carlos Tevez believes professional footballers at the highest level should offer to cut their wages amid the coronavirus crisis. Like the rest of the world's elite players, Boca Juniors star Tevez is on hiatus after the domestic season in Argentina was suspended. Barcelona's squad have all taken a 70 per cent wage cut to ensure the club can continue to operate during Spain's state of emergency, while players such as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kylian Mbappe and Robert Lewandowski have all made donations to support charities and organisations battling the spread of COVID-19. Premier League club Newcastle United, Tottenham, Norwich City and Bournemouth have put non-playing staff on furlough to take advantage of a scheme recently introduced by the British government, while discussions between the top flight, the English Football League (EFL), League Managers Association (LMA) and Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) are continuing over whether players in England should take wage cuts. Former Manchester United and Manchester City forward Tevez has now weighed in, insisting players should be able to support themselves without being paid in full. "A footballer can live six months or a year without receiving [wages]," Tevez said on America TV in Argentina. "We are not in the same despair as those who live with kids every day, who have to leave their house at six in the morning and return at seven in the evening to feed the family. "We are not an example in this case; yes in other things. We have to be there and help. It is easy for me to speak from home, knowing that I have food for my children. "But desperate people, who cannot move and cannot leave the house. That is worrying." Tevez also insisted clubs must do everything to support their communities. "The clubs have to get involved. Instead of going to train in the morning, they [should] demand that you do things for the people," he said. "For example, go to the dining rooms in La Boca. I would be delighted to go. I know that my family is fine. "That's where the great example begins. You can make videos, like me at home from my living room, but the great example would be that we all go out and help." Tevez hopes one positive impact of the pandemic will be people becoming more supportive of each other, regardless of wealth. "There are no shirts here. Social class does not matter. We all want to help," he added. "Hopefully the world will be more supportive. We are realising that we are all the same. Hopefully we grow as a society and tomorrow this has changed the world for good. This virus teaches us that. Hopefully it is for the good and that we are all one and come out of this together."
  9. I cannot see that being an issue in all fairness, all teams will have players out injured etc who will be fit. It is a squad game and players get injured all the time, we cannot really complain to the FA saying we are lower down the table because Afobe was injured can we and expect them to do something about it.
  10. That lovely billionaire wouldn't do that...
  11. I was asked by the Club’s President, at half- time on the side of the pitch during the last home game of last season back in early May 2019, how it was possible to remove Ken from the Board. I know that Ken has suffered a torrid time over the past twelve months and more. When I asked the reason for Ken’s suspension I was told the reasons were confidential. Now there's a shock!!!
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