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The Coronavirus and its impact on sport/Fans Return (Merged)


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3 minutes ago, CiderCraig said:

So we can't do 'anything' from the 2nd to the 16th of December, but from the 23rd it's absolutely fine to have 12 people in your house, sitting around a table.... explain the 'kin logic in that?!

Beats the crap out of me TBH. Can't help feeling that it will create another "nasty" afterwards.

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2 minutes ago, elhombrecito said:

After the initial two weeks it will be reviewed every week, so fingers crossed.

:laugh: good luck. Cant see this government doing much to ease restrictions anywhere but to be "kind" for a few days over Christmas.  This is a rebranded lockdown. Nothing will be happening for a long while 

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12 minutes ago, TonyTonyTony said:

Wouldn’t it be giving the teams in Tier 1 (Norwich / Bournemouth) a bit of an advantage with support over clubs in Tier 3?

Are Norwich and Bournemouth tier one?

 

Tier 1: Medium alert

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Just now, TonyTonyTony said:

The question is still the same - is it an unfair advantage?

I think all players would rather some fans in than none.

There's advantages and disadvantages in all things. Should some pubs open and not others, for example. 

I couldn't be unhappy with Bournemouth having fans because we couldn't.

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21 minutes ago, TonyTonyTony said:

i suppose not, but its not like those two teams (norwich) need any more advantage...

It could work both ways though. 

Away games will be tricky for them, going from playing with a buzz in their ground to silence.

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2 hours ago, CiderCraig said:

So we can't do 'anything' from the 2nd to the 16th of December, but from the 23rd it's absolutely fine to have 12 people in your house, sitting around a table.... explain the 'kin logic in that?!

It’s all gone a bit Trumpy tbh, Boris is “saving” Christmas to placate the braindead morons who didn’t usually vote Tory but did last time.

He’s appealing to the “common muppet” but will only end up killing off a fair few of them, like old carrot face did in the US.

He doesn’t care about us, he cares about money, he cares about staying in power, we’re just collateral damage to ensure he gets his way.

The relaxation of rules over Christmas is going to be catastrophic, you can say “be careful” all you want but he’s given the idiots an inch so they’ll take a mile. 
 

We’re absolutely buggered to be honest, as a City we’ll be lucky to be back in Tier 1 by March at this rate. 

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55 minutes ago, Sheltons Army said:

Two sides of Harrogates ground is in Tier 3 zone and Two in Tier 2 !! 

So they can only use parts of the ground and only have one turnstile not in a Tier 3 zone !

Have just watched the interview on sky sports news that's not what the chairman said at all, he was talking about the red zones of the ground where the players and officials have to sit, those stands have to be closed so no fans can sit in them, one turnstile can't be used as its next to the players entrance so in the red zone, every ground in the country has red zones it's an FA thing, nothing at all to do with lockdown restrictions,

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1 hour ago, Sheltons Army said:

I thought the pandemic was disappearing by March ? 

Havnt you been saying you nil cases ?

I said I hoped the info I posted was correct and it will be over by them , I don't understand why so many seam to want it to go on longer,

I am hopeful thought that fans will be back at the gate sooner than that as if this level 3 works Bristol could be a level 2 by some time in January

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Premier League

Arsenal - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Rapid Vienna (3 Dec), Burnley (13 Dec), Southampton (15 Dec)

Aston Villa - Tier 3

Brighton & Hove Albion - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Southampton (5 Dec)

Burnley - Tier 3

Chelsea - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Leeds (5 Dec), Krasnodar (8 Dec)

Crystal Palace - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Tottenham (12 Dec)

Everton - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Chelsea (12 Dec)

Fulham - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Liverpool (12 Dec), Brighton (15 Dec)

Leeds United - Tier 3

Leicester City - Tier 3

Liverpool - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Wolves (5 Dec), Tottenham (16 Dec)

Manchester City - Tier 3

Manchester United - Tier 3

Newcastle United - Tier 3

Sheffield United - Tier 3

Southampton - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Sheffield Utd (12 Dec)

Tottenham Hotspur - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Arsenal (5 Dec), Royal Antwerp (10 Dec)

West Bromwich Albion - Tier 3

West Ham United - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Man Utd (5 Dec), Crystal Palace (15 Dec)

Wolverhampton Wanderers - Tier 3

Championship

AFC Bournemouth - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Huddersfield (12 Dec), Wycombe (15 Dec)

Barnsley - Tier 3

Birmingham City - Tier 3

Blackburn Rovers - Tier 3

Brentford - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Blackburn (5 Dec), Derby (9 Dec)

Bristol City - Tier 3

Cardiff City - spectators are not permitted at any sporting events in Wales

Coventry City - Tier 3

Derby County - Tier 3

Huddersfield Town - Tier 3

Luton Town - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Norwich (2 Dec), Preston (12 Dec)

Middlesbrough - Tier 3

Millwall - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Derby (5 Dec), QPR (8 Dec)

Norwich City - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Sheffield Wednesday (5 Dec) Nottingham Forest (9 Dec)

Nottingham Forest - Tier 3

Preston North End - Tier 3

Queens Park Rangers - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Reading (12 Dec), Stoke (15 Dec)

Reading - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Nottingham Forest (5 Dec), Birmingham (9 Dec), Norwich (16 Dec)

Rotherham United - Tier 3

Sheffield Wednesday - Tier 3

Stoke City - Tier 3

Swansea City - spectators are not permitted at any sporting events in Wales

Watford - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Cardiff (5 Dec), Rotherham (8 Dec), Brentford (15 Dec)

Wycombe Wanderers - Tier 2, up to 2,000 fans allowed. Upcoming home fixtures: Stoke (2 Dec), Coventry (12 Dec)

League One

Accrington Stanley - Tier 3

AFC Wimbledon - Tier 2

Blackpool - Tier 3

Bristol Rovers - Tier 3

Burton Albion - Tier 3

Charlton Athletic - Tier 2

Crewe Alexandra - Tier 2

Doncaster Rovers - Tier 3

Fleetwood Town - Tier 3

Gillingham - Tier 3

Hull City - Tier 3

Ipswich Town - Tier 2

Lincoln City - Tier 3

Milton Keynes Dons - Tier 2

Northampton Town - Tier 2

Oxford United - Tier 2

Peterborough United - Tier 2

Plymouth Argyle - Tier 2

Portsmouth - Tier 2

Rochdale - Tier 3

Shrewsbury Town - Tier 2

Sunderland - Tier 3

Swindon Town - Tier 2

Wigan Athletic - Tier 3

League Two

Barrow - Tier 2

Bolton Wanderers - Tier 3

Bradford City - Tier 3

Cambridge United - Tier 2

Carlisle United - Tier 2

Cheltenham Town - Tier 2

Colchester United - Tier 2

Crawley Town - Tier 2

Exeter City - Tier 2

Forest Green Rovers - Tier 2

Grimsby Town - Tier 3

Harrogate Town - Tier 2

Leyton Orient - Tier 2

Mansfield Town - Tier 3

Morecambe - Tier 3

Newport County - spectators are not permitted at any sporting events in Wales

Oldham Athletic - Tier 3

Port Vale - Tier 3

Salford City - Tier 3

Scunthorpe United - Tier 3

Southend United - Tier 2

Stevenage - Tier 2

Tranmere Rovers - Tier 2

Walsall - Tier 3

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1 hour ago, Sheltons Army said:

Bath is getting hit Tone

RUH closed to any visitors 

 

And that ‘Ant’ has manage to fill Bristol Hospitals to capacity

Shit !!

Our lockdown has been revised with non essential shops opening at the weekend. Bars, restaurants etc will stay closed until 20th Jan 2021 and we now have a 9pm to 7am curfew in place until the same date. Still need to complete an attestation for any trips from home.

Netflix getting a good workout !!

 

 

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3 hours ago, BigTone said:

Beats the crap out of me TBH. Can't help feeling that it will create another "nasty" afterwards.

Exactly, how can there not be another wave. A bit of mixing and there is a flair up. A lot of mixing, indoors, in the middle of ‘flu season and when people are delighted to be seeing eachother is a recipe for disaster.

As one scientist said, just because you are allowed to do something doesn’t mean you have to. Great advice I think.

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10 minutes ago, BigTone said:

Shit !!

Our lockdown has been revised with non essential shops opening at the weekend. Bars, restaurants etc will stay closed until 20th Jan 2021 and we now have a 9pm to 7am curfew in place until the same date. Still need to complete an attestation for any trips from home.

Netflix getting a good workout !!

 

 

So over with you arnt they declaring Christmas a ‘free time’ Tone , when the Virus has promised , that as it’s Christmas it won’t spread ?

 

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10 minutes ago, Sheltons Army said:

So over with you arnt they declaring Christmas a ‘free time’ Tone , when the Virus has promised , that as it’s Christmas it won’t spread ?

 

Curfew is lifted on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve only (pointless really and should remain).  All other restrictions remain in place. They will be making another announcement on 15th Dec so matter of wait and see what transpires. May not need to complete the attestation after this date. Any changes will depend on numbers of new cases averaging 5000 a day or less. Not sure about others on here who live in France but I do feel safer being here for some reason.

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4 minutes ago, BigTone said:

Curfew is lifted on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve only (pointless really and should remain).  All other restrictions remain in place. They will be making another announcement on 15th Dec so matter of wait and see what transpires. Any changes will depend on numbers of new cases averaging 5000 a day or less. Not sure about others on here who live in France but I feel safer being here for some reason.

As long as you have the personal wine collection well stocked up Tone 👍🏻

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3 minutes ago, BigTone said:

I can assure you that is always kept well in hand. 

Ha ha

Thought it would be 
 

Meanwhile Steve Bruce is ‘totally perplexed ‘ why you can have 2000 fans in a L2 stadium whilst you can only have a similar amount in a Ground the size of Newcastle’s stadium when he reckons they could house 20000 socially distanced

 

 

Just a thought Steve, it might be to do with you’d have 20000 people travelling to and gathering for the game pre match and post match as opposed to 2000


Jesus wept.....

 

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