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TommyCraig6

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#31 26/07/2020 at 09:26

"Obese diabetic and elderly fans may be banned from attending matches at restart in September" according to the Telegraph

I think they meanany one of those three, not just a fan who is obese diabetic and elderly
Andyben, 24/07/2020 at 16:37


I thought October had been mentioned regarding supporters back in stadia and that's if there's not another spike?

 

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TommyCraig6

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#32 26/07/2020 at 09:31

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I bet I'm fitter than Reesh. Last time I saw him he was Obese. 

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OWL71

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#33 26/07/2020 at 11:19

Banning fat bastards and old gits, is this about improving the match day experience? 

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Reesh1867

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#34 26/07/2020 at 11:21

I'd ban folks that don't live in Sheffield anymore, you could be bringing owt up with you  

Consilio et Animis 

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mkowl

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#35 26/07/2020 at 11:35

I'd ban folks that don't live in Sheffield anymore, you could be bringing owt up with you
Reesh1867, 26/07/2020 at 11:21


What like wealth  

Happy clapping for 4 years more than Emre 

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Reesh1867

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#36 26/07/2020 at 11:48



What like wealth
mkowl, 26/07/2020 at 11:35


Rules you out then pal 

Consilio et Animis 

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Chelters

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#37 26/07/2020 at 12:24

Slightly off topic but I don’t understand these shops that are saying they won’t enforce it. Presumably if someone sparked up in the middle of the aisles they’d be OK enforcing that? 

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Owling_Wolf

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#38 26/07/2020 at 12:39

Banning fat bastards and old gits, is this about improving the match day experience?
OWL71, 26/07/2020 at 11:19

For fat bastards and old gits? Probably! Bigsmile

We must not give opposition teams hope. We have to kill them. 

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EastCraigsOwl

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#39 26/07/2020 at 13:05

Quite honestly, the virus has disappeared to such an extent recently that there was absolutely no reason as to why crowds couldn't have attended when football restarted a few weeks ago.

Yes, you will get more positive tests as a result of this but that is completely natural. You will never avoid such a scenario.

Allowing fans to enter stadia in September or October will be interesting. Again, a natural increase in cases will occur, as the public mix with each other again. This will, however, not lead to any dramatic number of deaths, especially if the vulnerable in society are banned. Fit and healthy people may well contract the virus but most of them won't even know they've had it.

Even more interesting will be the reaction when the inevitable increase occurs in winter. Flu season will, as always, see millions of cases of flu and pneumonia, leading to tens of thousands of deaths (again, this happens every single year). No doubt the media will be causing more hysteria by announcing death tolls as their top headline and applying the blame to Covid, regardless of whether this is actually true or not.

This will, naturally, lead to an even more in-depth push for mandatory vaccines, despite them not going through the usual rigorous safety tests. The fear factor instilled in the public brain will mean punters galore lining up to be injected. Good luck with that!

As for masks, there's no need whatsoever to introduce them at this stage of the pandemic. Take the example of Scotland. We've had 6 deaths in the whole of July. Not 600. Not 6,000, but 6.

It is a complete and utter waste of time. People aren't protecting themselves by wearing one, they're not protecting anyone else either. It's all just illogical drivel. The most shocking thing is that the public are all too ready to accept it. Absolutely bewildering.

Interesting times ahead. And I for one don't like the potential end result in all of this... 

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holmesfield_owl

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#40 26/07/2020 at 13:31

Quite honestly, the virus has disappeared to such an extent recently that there was absolutely no reason as to why crowds couldn't have attended when football restarted a few weeks ago.

Yes, you will get more positive tests as a result of this but that is completely natural. You will never avoid such a scenario.

Allowing fans to enter stadia in September or October will be interesting. Again, a natural increase in cases will occur, as the public mix with each other again. This will, however, not lead to any dramatic number of deaths, especially if the vulnerable in society are banned. Fit and healthy people may well contract the virus but most of them won't even know they've had it.

Even more interesting will be the reaction when the inevitable increase occurs in winter. Flu season will, as always, see millions of cases of flu and pneumonia, leading to tens of thousands of deaths (again, this happens every single year). No doubt the media will be causing more hysteria by announcing death tolls as their top headline and applying the blame to Covid, regardless of whether this is actually true or not.

This will, naturally, lead to an even more in-depth push for mandatory vaccines, despite them not going through the usual rigorous safety tests. The fear factor instilled in the public brain will mean punters galore lining up to be injected. Good luck with that!

As for masks, there's no need whatsoever to introduce them at this stage of the pandemic. Take the example of Scotland. We've had 6 deaths in the whole of July. Not 600. Not 6,000, but 6.

It is a complete and utter waste of time. People aren't protecting themselves by wearing one, they're not protecting anyone else either. It's all just illogical drivel. The most shocking thing is that the public are all too ready to accept it. Absolutely bewildering.

Interesting times ahead. And I for one don't like the potential end result in all of this...
EastCraigsOwl, 26/07/2020 at 13:05


Agree with all of that. The whole thing snacks of government all over the world using covid as a tool for suppression, fear and control.

Well you can rule me out because the majority of it is a crock of shit. 

2019/20, the promotion party starts now!!!! 

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Owling_Wolf

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#41 26/07/2020 at 13:50

Quite honestly, the virus has disappeared to such an extent recently that there was absolutely no reason as to why crowds couldn't have attended when football restarted a few weeks ago.

Yes, you will get more positive tests as a result of this but that is completely natural. You will never avoid such a scenario.

Allowing fans to enter stadia in September or October will be interesting. Again, a natural increase in cases will occur, as the public mix with each other again. This will, however, not lead to any dramatic number of deaths, especially if the vulnerable in society are banned. Fit and healthy people may well contract the virus but most of them won't even know they've had it.

Even more interesting will be the reaction when the inevitable increase occurs in winter. Flu season will, as always, see millions of cases of flu and pneumonia, leading to tens of thousands of deaths (again, this happens every single year). No doubt the media will be causing more hysteria by announcing death tolls as their top headline and applying the blame to Covid, regardless of whether this is actually true or not.

This will, naturally, lead to an even more in-depth push for mandatory vaccines, despite them not going through the usual rigorous safety tests. The fear factor instilled in the public brain will mean punters galore lining up to be injected. Good luck with that!

As for masks, there's no need whatsoever to introduce them at this stage of the pandemic. Take the example of Scotland. We've had 6 deaths in the whole of July. Not 600. Not 6,000, but 6.

It is a complete and utter waste of time. People aren't protecting themselves by wearing one, they're not protecting anyone else either. It's all just illogical drivel. The most shocking thing is that the public are all too ready to accept it. Absolutely bewildering.

Interesting times ahead. And I for one don't like the potential end result in all of this...
EastCraigsOwl, 26/07/2020 at 13:05

What happens when your fit and healthy match goers, who've enjoyed the new matchday experience and don't now know whether they've got it or not, go home again and mix with folks who perhaps aren't as fit and healthy or as young as them. The friends and family they see regularly or from time to time. Their workmates or members of the public they encounter through their work? Their fellow commuters? The ones who definitely do know when they've got it. The ones who don't live in Scotland or other places with a relatively small population. The ones who probably would find their own, earlier than expected death "dramatic'?
Oh well, at least the fit and healthy who don't need to wear a mask, to compensate for not being able to socially distance in the ground, and don't intend to get inocculated, will have enjoyed their matchday experience, eh?
Funnily enough, I'm not sure I like the potential end result in all this either. 

We must not give opposition teams hope. We have to kill them. 

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Andyben

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#42 26/07/2020 at 13:54

Owling knows.

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Owling_Wolf

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#43 26/07/2020 at 13:58



Agree with all of that. The whole thing snacks of government all over the world using covid as a tool for suppression, fear and control.

Well you can rule me out because the majority of it is a crock of shit.
holmesfield_owl, 26/07/2020 at 13:31

Attitudes like that actually scare me. Bonkers, IMO.
China? Every chance. The likes of Russia, Iran? If they could, maybe. The rest? Hopeless bumbling, mainly. Some of them classic cases. You can see that from their changes of course, from the different courses they took from each other early on. And in some countries politics fataly intervened, particularly in America and Brasil. They couldn't organise the stuff of your conspiracy theories if they tried.

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Nucky

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#44 26/07/2020 at 14:02


What happens when your fit and healthy match goers, who've enjoyed the new matchday experience and don't now know whether they've got it or not, go home again and mix with folks who perhaps aren't as fit and healthy or as young as them. The friends and family they see regularly or from time to time. Their workmates or members of the public they encounter through their work? Their fellow commuters? The ones who definitely do know when they've got it. The ones who don't live in Scotland or other places with a relatively small population. The ones who probably would find their own, earlier than expected death "dramatic'?
Oh well, at least the fit and healthy who don't need to wear a mask, to compensate for not being able to socially distance in the ground, and don't intend to get inocculated, will have enjoyed their matchday experience, eh?
Funnily enough, I'm not sure I like the potential end result in all this either.
Owling_Wolf, 26/07/2020 at 13:50


Wearing a mask (at least just a surgical mask) does not protect the wearer, it protects others from the wearer, so if everyone wears them then we all have protection from each other (granted nothing is infallible, but that shouldn’t be used as a reason to not do it). Refusing to wear one is an act of selfishness.  

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holmesfield_owl

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#45 26/07/2020 at 14:42



Wearing a mask (at least just a surgical mask) does not protect the wearer, it protects others from the wearer, so if everyone wears them then we all have protection from each other (granted nothing is infallible, but that shouldn’t be used as a reason to not do it). Refusing to wear one is an act of selfishness.
Nucky, 26/07/2020 at 14:02


I wear my mask, I've followed the guidance, doesn't mean I have to agree with it. But if I want any semblance of normality I'll do it. 

2019/20, the promotion party starts now!!!! 

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