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02 May 2020 10:48:52
Hi Ed002, hope lockdown is treating you well. Away from the league restart or not saga, a friend asked me if United would sign Declan Rice which got me thinking, I recall you saying in the past there was interest i was just wondering if Rice is still of interest to us?

{Ed002's Note - The immediate need for a DM player has been eased by agreeing a new contract with Matic but Manchester United could also look to Rice again at some point, but I doubt it will be this summer. West Ham do not need to sell but if relegated might do. If Manchester United do look to add a DM this summer perhaps thinking again about Denis Zakaria might be one option.}


1.) 02 May 2020 11:09:12
Thank you Ed, very informative. Would Moenchengladbach be open to offers for Zakaria?

{Ed002's Note - Yes.}


2.) 02 May 2020 11:45:16
One to keep an eye on then, thanks Ed.


3.) 02 May 2020 12:01:23
We would, I am certain, appreciate your summary of the Manchester United transfer strategy for the end of the season. Many thanks in advance.

{Ed002's Note - THings will become much clearer at the end of next week.}


4.) 02 May 2020 14:51:37
If we do look at a DM I hope it is Zakaria and not Rice.


 

 

22 Mar 2020 09:00:55
Can I ask Ed002, most talk is about getting the season done by June 30th and 1st June start date being mooted in various quarters, what will happen to FA Cup, EL and CL games that are left, will they be allowed to complete aswell as the league season, surely would be unfair to just compete league games. United for example have 17 or 18 games left potentially if we go all the way in the 2 cup comps we are in?

{Ed002's Note - The Premier League and FA Cup are planned to be completed if and when the remainder of the season can get underway. If the season does not get underway, the FA Cup will be scratched.

The CL and EL are a very different issue. UEFA are obviously keen to hold them and have a plan to play the EL semi-finals and final over a single weekend or a couple of days in Gdansk and the CL semi-finals and final on a similar basis in Istanbul. In all probability they will need to draw a line across and scratch the competitions for this season - but right now they are not doing that. I can't see them going ahead.}


1.) 22 Mar 2020 13:15:18
Thank you Ed, very informative. So there is a scenario where the premier league carries on and Europe does not or do you see all competitions domestic and otherwise scratched?

{Ed002's Note - I really can't say with any confidence but doubt that the PL will be in a position to carry on in the near term, and I suspect the same will be true for most of Europe.}


2.) 22 Mar 2020 13:52:49
Thank you Ed.

{Ed002's Note - You are welcome.}


 

 

19 Mar 2020 14:37:58
Seaosk suspended until April 30th 'at the earliest'. Even if cases of COVID dropped in say May time its cramming so much in to a short period up to June 30th.


1.) 19 Mar 2020 16:36:15
Apologies for my spelling, I was obviously super keen to break the news.


2.) 20 Mar 2020 12:12:56
WRD, at this point seriously don't care about football or any other sport. All such activities must be stopped indefinitely till each person is cured and there is no danger of spreading it further.

Hope everyone is safe from this site.


3.) 20 Mar 2020 17:44:44
Kicked the cab down the road.

League is getting cancelled 100% things are a lot worse than anyone first feared and my WFH is expected to June as min and I cannot see the games getting played between Apr 30 - Jun 30 for EPL and Europe games, then a delay to next season too to allow for a rest period and preseason. I can’t see a way it is happening.

Jun 30th is also when contracts and sponsorships usually change/ break.

They will wait until the last minute and null and void the season. New season in August as usual. If they do it sooner there will be a huge stink and with nothing to talk about it will be big news, waiting until the last minute means there will be a stink but press will quickly move on to cover transfers and the new season.

Only possible outcome and most sensible.


4.) 21 Mar 2020 11:00:59
I agree peoples health more important than our fight for 4th or anything else to do with any sport for that matter. I also agree I can't see the league resuming in time without disruption to next season. I have bought a ps4 and fifa 20 to get thru my social distancing, can take United to the top that way.


5.) 21 Mar 2020 22:13:05
Global pandemic guys. We can’t even go out for a beer or bite to eat. Football is done for a while.


 

 

12 Feb 2020 07:49:49
1 week and no new rumours post on the rumours page. I hear a rumour which is more a report that United have put in for safe standing at OT can you can confirm this rumour Ed's?

{Ed001's Note - it was done in December. It is a trial in the north-east corner for up to 1,500 rail seats.}


1.) 12 Feb 2020 17:24:33
What do you make of it Ed001?

{Ed001's Note - it is not to my liking, but the rail seats are the best solution to persistent standing. Problem is people look at it through eyes tinged with nostalgia and forget how crap standing actually is for the majority. If you are short you can't see anything, which makes it crap for kids. If you are a woman, you have to put up with pervie men rubbing up against you and touching you, as you can't see which knobber done it. It is difficult to get in or out, etc. All they really need to do is allow people to move around to sit with friends etc to improve the atmosphere that people moan about. However that is not going to fix the poor atmosphere and neither is standing because times have changed and people are not the same as they were. The atmosphere will never be like it was.

Like I said though, the rail seats is a decent halfway house to put in places where people insist on standing.}


2.) 13 Feb 2020 09:14:34
Cheers for the in depth reply Ed. Interesting take on it. I mainly go to games at FC United and Chester and am used to standing so when I go to OT and sit I find it almost like sit back and entertain me or not as fan involved but that's just what I am used too. Can understand it not being bear for other fans who are used to and like sitting to watch but nice United have gone half way on it.

{Ed001's Note - I am used to standing as well, but it excludes over 50% of the population.}


 

 

28 Jan 2020 22:35:49
Apparently some United fans gone militant on Ed's home.


1.) 28 Jan 2020 22:41:59
A million miles too far

Disgusting.


2.) 28 Jan 2020 22:57:55
I heard it was Ed002 and Ken.


3.) 28 Jan 2020 23:02:31
Absolutely disgusting a disgrace we are united not hooligans.


4.) 28 Jan 2020 23:21:25
Absolute morons, whether people like the guy or not he is a human being and does not deserve this. This minority of so called fans have taken the toxicity to a new level.


5.) 28 Jan 2020 23:29:01
Ed002 and Ken would be like a Seal Team 6 Infiltration.


6.) 28 Jan 2020 23:35:47
Tongue n cheek comment

But that's the only bit of news coming out of man utd that's true and something was bound to flare up.

I bet EW is already working on sponsors for flares

On a real note. disgusting behaviour by a Toxic minority of imbeciles.


7.) 28 Jan 2020 23:40:03
There is no excuse for this kind of behaviour. Whatever people think of how someone does his or her job, you don’t attack them or their family home. It’s embarrassing for grown adults to be doing this. I am embarrassed by this. I hope they are prosecuted.


8.) 28 Jan 2020 23:51:53
No laughing matter at all Griffin. Shamed the club. This is football. It should NEVER be personalised beyond voicing opinion.


9.) 29 Jan 2020 00:00:12
Absolutely disgraceful I hope they find who did it and send them to jail and ban them from every football ground. Sky and BT should cancel any sports subscriptions they have too. Being passionate is fine but never like this.


10.) 29 Jan 2020 00:07:29
Absolutely disgusting.


11.) 29 Jan 2020 00:51:24
Awful news about Eds home getting attacked. I just post similar on the other page.


12.) 29 Jan 2020 02:20:09
For what it’s worth I’m not condoning this behaviour Cheshire. It’s beyond disgusting.


13.) 29 Jan 2020 02:24:49
This is simply disgusting behaviour. These knuckle draggers are representing us. We must stand together to condemn this abhorrent behaviour. Imagine if Ed's family had been there alone.

This stems and escalates from the singing of the songs in the ground. I hope people realise how this poison needs to be stopped, whether it is songs aimed at Liverpool, or Glazers or Woodward there are lines that should not be crossed. The acceptance of the singing in the grounds leads to idiots like these thinking it is funny or amusing to threaten death and cause violence.


14.) 29 Jan 2020 02:52:52
I hope they are found and punished accordingly.


15.) 29 Jan 2020 04:20:02
Totally unacceptable from those fans.
Woodward's family may get mentally traumatized from these kind of inhuman behaviors.


16.) 29 Jan 2020 07:05:01
Absolute morons. This is the reason why Ed002 won't explain who is doing what at United at board level.

Ed Woodward doesn't have a lot of love amoungst the United fan base, but attacking his home is the lowest of the low. That is his family home, his wife and kids live there.

By all means sing chants at games (not death threats though, or wishing someone dead), have a march, unfurl banners and demonstrate against the man if you're unhappy and blame him. But don't commit criminal acts, and don't involve his family. That's simply disgusting.

{Ed025's Note - your spot on shappy, that was disgusting mate..


17.) 29 Jan 2020 07:54:19
Obviously those people are not representative of United fans. Every fanbase sadly has its rotten apples.

Disgusting stuff indeed, and luckily the Woodward family wasn't home (if I recall correctly) . Hopefully they'll be able to deal with this from a psychological point of view and move on.


18.) 29 Jan 2020 08:34:47
I doubt there's one amongst us who doesn't want him out of the club, or at least his current all-encompassing role, but this type of behaviour can never be condoned.

Sadly, this is a reflection on the way things have gone in Britain over recent years, with the toxicity and personal attacks seen over Brexit (on both sides) and in politics in general. When you normalise this kind of behaviour in politics, it's inevitable that the thugs will feel like they can do it in other areas too.


19.) 29 Jan 2020 09:47:53
Not guilty and appalled by it all.
Disgusting.


20.) 29 Jan 2020 09:58:02
Totally appalling and if they do want rid of him then its the worst thing they could have done. The club, board, owners, media and pundits will all rally round him now (as they should) . Some people never think they just act like complete morons.


21.) 29 Jan 2020 12:40:19
What was the sun reporter doing there should be the real question. Who invited him and why was he filming and nobody cared?


22.) 29 Jan 2020 12:50:11
I’m throwing this out there.

I’m calling Fake News here’s why:

1. No body home gone 8pm on weekday. No kids, no dogs, no family. very lucky coincidence.
2. Timed to coincided with press briefing we are about to land Bruno
3. Comments in newspapers how Woodward closed Bruno and was personally leading.
4. Employed an ex Sun journo to lead PR and to sort out Woodward’s image.
5. Press cover the bonfire chant despite it being sang for years.
6. Sun on scene of the event?
7. No damage just flares. I am from Manchester trust be there would be bricks thrown, pee in bottles. all sorts. There’s some right animals up here.

Smells like a setup to me. Just like the tweets we are seeing from sun journalists. orchestrated.

If it’s not fake they 100% knew it was happening and played to their own ends.

Hopefully this ok Ed’s but just a train of thought I’ve had. Something just doesn’t seem quite right. Maybe I have trust issues?


23.) 29 Jan 2020 13:27:33
What a totally weird post.


24.) 29 Jan 2020 13:47:36
Eric, it is odd.

I think there a quite a few coincidences with timings of briefings last night on Bruno and Ed being the hero (7pm GMT), 8PM his house gets a flare thrown the the garden and filmed by some cretinous individuals.

It also seemed relatively tame in respect to what I’ve witnessed when it comes to football hooligans.

Like it or not we’ve aligned ourselves with the Sun via Ashton. Sun have exclusive content and have video direct from the event (either sold/ passed or recorded by them) .

It doesn’t quite add up. I’m sure the police will have little problem catching one of the 20, let’s see if anyone gets charged.

On face value yes, no excuse and disgusting but I’m sure there’s more to this than meets the eye.


25.) 29 Jan 2020 13:55:47
I can't believe The United Stand have been quoted on the BBC, they are getting more and more media access it seems, which is odd considering how poor the content is.

Interesting theory Utd Road. Either way, just puts the side of football culture that I loathe to the front. People seriously need to get a life.


26.) 29 Jan 2020 14:00:53
Sorry for the my comments the other day Ed, but I guess I was proved right. I’ll keep off here from now on.

{Ed033's Note - There are a few bad apples everywhere, but a reasonable person would think that the other day, you posted that all Man United supporters are bad.


27.) 29 Jan 2020 15:15:38
I agree Utd road, Woodward wants to look a certain way and doing this will stop a lot of negative chants and work in his favour.


28.) 29 Jan 2020 16:40:43
Lerky, I really don't think you want to go down that road, fella. Not unless you happen to support the only team in the world without it's quota of cockwombles. And my brother is a Liverpool fan, so I know that's not true :)


29.) 29 Jan 2020 17:49:21
Utd Road, this website has a good conspiracy site you should check out lol.


30.) 29 Jan 2020 18:27:31
It would be abhorrent to even think the club would be involved in such a situation, my view is from what I see on social media and it makes perfect sense to me that a complete bunch of twats would brief the press and they did.

I just hope these dickheads get caught and locked up, its completely pathetic, its football .


31.) 30 Jan 2020 07:56:51
Did you see 20-30 in a single photo?
Have you seen the resolution of the photography on line? Matches perfectly to professional spec. camera.

I think it’s super fishy.


 

 

 

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22 May 2020 08:58:07
Hi Ed, you have been an advocate of the restructuring of the lower league's for some time, do you think we will see a movement to make this happen now as in leagues 1, 2 and national league level it appears the damage the C. V has done may lead to many clubs facing going under?
In turn, do you see the European breakaway league happening sooner due to all of this?

{Ed002's Note - (a) The lower tiers are aware that clubs could drop away very quickly without supporters paying for entry which means paying professional players will become an issue. Clubs at that level will struggle and the answer is to restructure if they wish to survive - and they know that now. I am sure that will be considering options over the coming year. (b) There has been no discussion to that end but the clubs have forced UEFA trying to bully clubs. They have had three calls and the subject has not come up. There is another call next week.}


1.) 22 May 2020 15:04:28
There are way too many professional clubs imo. There is no way they call all be sustainable going forward they were not even sustainable really in the past. Many clubs limping from season to season. Losing money.
They will need to cut their cloth accordingly like any other sustainable business.
Perhaps semi pro is the way to go for some and others will just close i'd imagine.


2.) 22 May 2020 18:32:14
Thanks Ed for that info.


3.) 23 May 2020 09:42:51
What does that restructure look like Ed?

{Ed002's Note - Football needs to decide what sort of restructuring is required. Putting aside any "breakaway" or counter proposal, my fears have always been the vast number of professional clubs there are in England well below the Premier League. I hold a reasonably strong view in terms of the need to restructure football in Europe in any case. Previously I have said that the eventual "breakaway pan-European league" would force the restructuring of many of the national leagues, possibly resulting in a British league with perhaps only a couple of professional tiers and then regionalised amateur leagues below that. Now we have a situation that will change the financial paradigm and may make clubs and authorities look at the situation with lower tier sides regardless.

Financially I do not see that so many pro sides can be sustained within the sport which, like it or not, will see more and more money going in to the highest levels of the game. Governments will ensure that grassroots sport get funding but everything in the middle (Southern, Northern, Conference, Division 2, Scottish Divisions 1-3, League of Wales will not get the funding needed to continue on any sort of professional basis. For me, clubs should already recognise this and put their efforts in to getting their finances in order to see if they can make it to a British professional league that will need to flourish without perhaps six sides that have eventually gone down the pan-European route - and have gone for good (it would be two or perhaps three initially) or even separation from the Premier League and Championship.

Clubs like Accrington Stanley will need to carry on as amateurs or face extinction (yet again) like Bury. Recently Hartlepool has been struggling - again it needs to adapt. The mighty Third Lanark have started their long journey back to the top - it can be done. These are all proud clubs with a history.

The game has changed significantly and will continue to do so whether the supporters of certain clubs like it or not. Football at the highest level is big business and attracts the sponsorship it does because the sponsors wish to tap in to the disposable income of the fans and ride the back of the advertising that flows naturally from the success some clubs achieve. Long gone are the days of the cloth-capped, hobnailed-booted, chimney sweep making his way, rattle in hand, to cheer on his team at Anfield on a Saturday afternoon. I have explained that there will be changes, probably within the next 8 to 10 years, which will force the restructuring of all of the leagues in Europe and likely do away with the likes of UEFA. The situation we have now could force the restructuring regardless. You will have the opportunity to see the likes of Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Juventus and the other major European sides play in week-on-week regular competition at The Emirates, St James Park, Stamford Bridge or wherever. Fans of the sides who take the plunge will have the opportunity to visit cities such as Milan, Barcelona, Munich, etc. every couple of weeks to watch their team play. If you want to don your cloth cap, have a pint of wallop with your chums before going off to the local match through the grim, wet and cobbled streets of the Northwest of England where there is smog, dead & dying pit ponies laying on the street and only chips and fried curry to eat., perhaps one of the sides from the suburbs will have survived so the Liverpool and Everton supporters can go and watch them?

This will be a case of getting with the game. I will try to referred to this as the "Post Apocalyptic Zombie Scenario" from now on.}


4.) 23 May 2020 10:57:40
Ed002 - A very informative post, thank you.

Are you in favour of a European League or do you just see it as an inevitable evolution of the game at the highest level?

I would imagine there would be strong opposition from many Clubs especially if it's a closed shop!

{Ed002's Note - I am in favour of it as it is the natural next step in any case. It might benefit clubs from the top divisions across Europe in any case - it will open them up to being more competitive.}


5.) 23 May 2020 15:55:24
Ed002’s Post Apocalyptic Zombie scenario of a European weekly league and the devaluing impact that may have on the bulk of clubs in the remaining English pyramid has been talked about before the Premiership came into existence. I see it as the logical evolution. One ultimately forced through as Adidas, McDonalds, Coca Cola etc will pay more to advertise United v Barcelona or Juventus v Bayern Munich matches every week to sell-out crowds both on the gate and via subscription or pay per view. So there’ll be little concern whether a club like Preston can ever reach the current Holy Grail of the Premier League or what happens to the bulk of teams we have now.

C.V. will act as a catalyst to fast forward some of that I think.

Who makes it into the breakaway and not least whose left behind will be fascinating to see though. Where does the likes of Villa fit etc. The format of any European league will be interesting too given I can’t see 20 clubs from the Prem, similar from Spain, Italy and Germany etc all merging.

I think UEFA (and FIFA for that matter) are a busted flush. They are in power now but as soon as United, Liverpool, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus and Bayern chose to combine together no broadcaster etc will want to screen anything without such big clubs in it. Not an exhaustive list obviously.

I personally think the likes of Amazon and Facebook could takeover teams and streaming broadcast rights will dictate which leagues are played and which are left to dwindle.

Not a Zombie Apocalypse from my perspective - more an evolution that was always going to happen. It will be sad to see some clubs fold and others see great rivalries discontinued though.


6.) 23 May 2020 17:38:55
Its the cornerstone of many communities, people underestimate the British resolve,


7.) 23 May 2020 20:29:57
Ken, its easy to say there are too many professional clubs when you are not a supporter of a club on the chopping board. Many of these clubs are the centre of their community.

{Ed002's Note - So they will go out of business completely then.}


8.) 23 May 2020 23:48:12
Money obviously is the major driver for all clubs but especially the elite ones. Predictable but very very sad

As we can now see, from the football currently being played in Germany without fans, the atmosphere at grounds does contribute hugely to a match. Having weekly matches with teams from different countries playing each other will inevitably dilute the number of opposing fans attending.

This will lessen the atmosphere. Only the wealthier people will be able to afford to take time off work and the expense of travelling abroad every other week to support their team. Also the lesser clubs like Burnley and Watford must suffer. There will no longer be any romance in football.

The divide between the top division and the rest will become almost unbridgeable. Money will win out in the short term but longer term football will be irreparably damaged. The lower league teams will fold and that will have a major impact not only but especially on the supply line of future players. If we should learn anything from C.V. regarding football it is that we need to look after all the football family.


9.) 24 May 2020 10:46:47
In a European League there will be "no away fans" it will be like American sport . NY yankees can fill their stadium twice over for a game but how many of those fans then go to the next game in Texas? that's why if you watch a PL game in an American bar they love seeing it e.g Arsenal v Utd, a full stadium both sets of fans singing etc etc . I think it will actually kill a lot of interest in the game -EL games were a big thing once it becomes routine to see the big names and big teams then it loses something . let's be honest, if UTD, Spurs, Arsenal, Chelsea, Celtic were in a European league would any of them finish top 6, you just become a mid table team.


 

 

16 May 2020 18:37:45
Didn't watch any Bundesliga, no interest, fact there's no fans is a massive turn off. I hear they celebrated 2m apart aswell yet tackling allowed, an absolute joke.
Apart from watching United I am in no rush to watch the premier league or any other league any time soon. Maybe a awhile until we are back to normal aswell.


 

 

15 May 2020 15:36:31
I see League 2 have ended their season with 3 promoted and no relegation. Does this mean League 1 will follow suit?
And how will it effect the National Leagues, 3 up from between North and South? Also the Championship, 3 up to the Premier League, this would replace all team i'm guessing?
Is confusing mind so could be woefully wrong.

{Ed002's Note - It needs L1 to agree and they ended their meeting early today without resolution.}


1.) 15 May 2020 18:33:10
It’s pretty naughty that they want to promote but not relegate, you can’t have it both ways but they appear to want to.


2.) 15 May 2020 18:13:05
Sorry Ed you must get asked about the season ending and C.V. related football hundred times a day.


3.) 15 May 2020 18:13:05
Sorry Ed you must get asked about the season ending and C.V. related football hundred times a day.

{Ed002's Note - No problem.}


 

 

10 May 2020 11:23:06
What type of player is Donny van de Beek? I know Ed has said we have preferred targets to him and have lost out on him in the past.
Any thoughts van de Beek becoming a target once again now he is free to leave?

{Ed002's Note - Manchester United have already signed their preferred target to vdB in Bruno Fernandes.}


1.) 10 May 2020 14:27:18
Ah ok Ed, wasnt exactly sure what type of player Donny was, no matter, I love Bruno.

{Ed002's Note - He would not offer the options that Grealish can.}


 

 

08 May 2020 14:41:36
Hi Ed002, hope you're keeping well. I maybe asking the obvious but, you have said behind closed doors needs 70% yes vote to go ahead and the neutral venue idea i'm guessing can be blocked also by clubs, is there any way in which the Premier League/ FA, indeed any of the governing bodies, can force clubs to restart the current season if there is so much opposition to seemingly the only ideas deemed safe to restart in? Thanks again.

{Ed002's Note - The vote will simply be for games to be played at neutral stadiums and so far the vote has been avoided because it would be lost - However, as there is no option to play at home stadiums at least one side will change their stance and nowa agree. The Premier League is the clubs themselves so they cannot force anything to happen without the agreement of 70% the clubs (14).}


1.) 09 May 2020 13:18:02
Would the teams that are in risk of relegation not just oppose any suggestions that would see the season resume?

{Ed002's Note - It is not as simple as that. There is no plan to vote on whether or not the season resulmes. The votes will initially be concerned with agreeing that games can be played at neutral grounds - at the last count there were eight clubs against this but at least one has changed it's stance and I suspect one other will aswell. That may be enough to get the vote passed. Other matters which may need to a voting being required relate to what happens if the season cannot be completed (e.g. how to end it).}


 

 

 

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29 May 2020 13:05:35
Exactly, some have home advantage, others don't, the integrity of the competition to complete the season is made a mockery of really, its not the same competition we are going back to, a season to forget from existence tbh.


 

 

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28 May 2020 18:10:43
Have to be honest, I don't really care, ill watch the games united are involved in but with no fans its not something ill be rushing to watch anyone else for.


 

 

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15 May 2020 14:17:28
I did see that Moussa Dembele current club on Wiki was Manchester United, too long in the tooth to believe such things until a shirt is held up in the air.


 

 

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02 May 2020 11:45:16
One to keep an eye on then, thanks Ed.


 

 

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02 May 2020 11:09:12
Thank you Ed, very informative. Would Moenchengladbach be open to offers for Zakaria?

{Ed002's Note - Yes.}


 

 

 

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22 May 2020 18:32:14
Thanks Ed for that info.


 

 

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17 May 2020 15:39:51
I don't need a word with myself thanks for your kind advice tho.
You always turn a thread into an argument, it gets boring, someone has an opinion that's different to yours, get used to it. I have a spoiler for you, your opinion is not always the only one.


 

 

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17 May 2020 10:24:29
jred in turning a good thread into creating an argumentative one shocker!


 

 

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17 May 2020 10:21:50
The novelty of no fans being somehow alright will soon wear off, football, and indeed sport, without fans is pretty pointless to me.


 

 

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16 May 2020 08:36:16
I think the experts have been found wanting at various times themselves tbh as they are learning about the virus themselves, I think Tony and Ken are right, we don't need to either force an early restart and I personally don't see it restarting anyway with the easing of lockdown I think there may well be an increase in s again before we get to a June start date, makes more sense to me to have kept lockdown and keep football and team sports away and let the numbers continue to reduce to a very minimum first, public health vs a bag of wind at the end of the day, should only be one winner there.
Not so sure players want to play themselves either, there's so many more issues than we probably are aware of aswell imo that may stop a restart of this season at all.