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Re: Fans back in stadiums

Postby Otherworld » 05 Dec 2020, 16:21

Some fans don’t deserved to be allowed back in to watch games. According to my mate, a Derby fan, Millwall fans booed both teams today for taking a knee before kick-off! :(
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Re: Fans back in stadiums

Postby NottinghamWhite » 05 Dec 2020, 16:36

Otherworld wrote:Some fans don’t deserved to be allowed back in to watch games. According to my mate, a Derby fan, Millwall fans booed both teams today for taking a knee before kick-off! :(



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Re: Fans back in stadiums

Postby Otherworld » 05 Dec 2020, 17:05

NottinghamWhite wrote:
Otherworld wrote:Some fans don’t deserved to be allowed back in to watch games. According to my mate, a Derby fan, Millwall fans booed both teams today for taking a knee before kick-off! :(



https://twitter.com/creedyszn/status/13 ... 15077?s=21


That’s really repulsive behaviour. I hope the EFL take them to the cleaners for this. They won’t though... :(
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Re: Fans back in stadiums

Postby Selby White » 05 Dec 2020, 17:17

I'm a little confused as I'd assumed that only allowing 2,000 supporters in was so social distancing could be observed.

Obviously not looking at this crowd photo at Brentford :crazy:

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Re: Fans back in stadiums

Postby Sniffer » 05 Dec 2020, 19:31

Selby White wrote:I'm a little confused as I'd assumed that only allowing 2,000 supporters in was so social distancing could be observed.

Obviously not looking at this crowd photo at Brentford :crazy:

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I also thought that masks were compulsory. Clearly not.
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Re: Fans back in stadiums

Postby Deleted User 2747 » 05 Dec 2020, 22:34

Otherworld wrote:
NottinghamWhite wrote:
Otherworld wrote:Some fans don’t deserved to be allowed back in to watch games. According to my mate, a Derby fan, Millwall fans booed both teams today for taking a knee before kick-off! :(



https://twitter.com/creedyszn/status/13 ... 15077?s=21


That’s really repulsive behaviour. I hope the EFL take them to the cleaners for this. They won’t though... :(


Agree. Hope they identify the culprits, and make sure it's a long time before they can come back.
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Re: Fans back in stadiums

Postby Barlow Boy » 14 Dec 2020, 17:21

Strong indication from Matt Hancock that Leeds will be going Tier 2 from Wednesday :thumbup:
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Re: Fans back in stadiums

Postby Barlow Boy » 22 Feb 2021, 16:51

Blimey, fans back in the ground for the West Brom game (albeit only around 9,400).
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Re: Fans back in stadiums

Postby Leicester White » 22 Feb 2021, 17:35

Barlow Boy wrote:Blimey, fans back in the ground for the West Brom game (albeit only around 9,400).


A bit like going to ER in 1986! :-)
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Re: Fans back in stadiums

Postby Barlow Boy » 22 Feb 2021, 18:02

Leicester White wrote:
Barlow Boy wrote:Blimey, fans back in the ground for the West Brom game (albeit only around 9,400).


A bit like going to ER in 1986! :-)

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Obviously, I want to get back to ER like everyone else, but 9,400 fans rattling around that stadium, socially distanced, wearing masks, not having a beer or meet up beforehand, clubs having to sort out who goes and who doesn’t, presumably losing money in hosting the game.

I don’t see the point at all for just 1 game.
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