Reform of English football

Boz

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I would rather we just waited until we can allow 4,000 in to be honest. It will be disappointing for season ticket holders to miss 30% of the games and the club will probably make a significant loss on each match if the numbers are that low.
Agreed about the economics. Whatever tier Wirral is in, Huddersfield looks likely to be tier 3 so as a season-ticket holder, I wouldn't be able to make the games were that an option.
 

Sparky

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Announcement due at 11 30 seems almost certain we be in tier 2, would be a failure of mass testing otherwise

yes that’s what I’ve heard Mart from people who work in Liverpool city council. Sky news have said the same this morning

although as RLC said the Palios may not be too impressed with financial losses possible.

would be great to be back there though....even if in such strange circumstances.
 
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Alan King, Barry Dyson
Certainly, the club won’t make much money but it will be a good learning experience for when we are in Tier 1. I assume mass vaccination won’t be completed before May, so it will be next season before things get back to anything near normal.
BTW, what rules will apply for Boxing Day matches?
 
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Jason Koumas / John Morrissey
It has been confirmed that we are in tier 2. A possibility we will have fans for the Walsall game.
 
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Alan King, Barry Dyson
It has been confirmed that we are in tier 2. A possibility we will have fans for the Walsall game.
Lucky you. Despite having one of the lowest rates in the country, Tunbridge Wells is in tier 3 with the rest of Kent. If I jumped over my garden fence into East Sussex, I'd be in a tier 2 district which has a higher rate of Covid!

The good thing is that fans will be allowed into PP. The SWA is back!
 

ONIGP

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Yes, Palios just on the BBC lunchtime news. He sounded really positive about it. Using Cowshed and Kop by the sound of it. First game Walsall.
 

Charlton1975

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Lucky you. Despite having one of the lowest rates in the country, Tunbridge Wells is in tier 3 with the rest of Kent. If I jumped over my garden fence into East Sussex, I'd be in a tier 2 district which has a higher rate of Covid!

The good thing is that fans will be allowed into PP. The SWA is back!
Its crazy isnt it. I am in Redhill, Surrey, which was Tier 1 before the lockdown but is now Tier 2.!
 

Sparky

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Sparky

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Any one had an email yet?!?!? I’ve been checking all day!
 

bigmart

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Maybe over the next day or so that everyone finds out if they have to email 2000 codes with time slots etc
 

bigmart

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My email confirms I've not got a ticket
 
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