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owl_83

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  • Birthday 07/12/1983

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  1. I can see there being a second and maybe third wave and so I think next season is in doubt as well. Think about, it only takes one person with coronavirus to go outside and then everyone gets it again. It spreads like wildfire and there is no containing it. IMO the only way football will start again will be when there is a vaccine and everyone has been vaccinated.
  2. Was that when Danny Wilson was their manager and they were on long winning run?
  3. Football would be completely ruined if the season is null and void, completely and utterly ruined. There would be so many lawsuits, it would not survive.
  4. I agree with this. It was too soon. However authorities would have banned the matches because they cannot afford to spare medical cover anyhow.
  5. Who are they going to move to? Which club in their right mind would take on new players when they have no income coming in if they are not playing?
  6. No way can they cancel the season. I'm sorry but there would be riots. Can you imagine telling Liverpool fans that they haven't won the title. No way can they just hand clubs promotion. Championship, fair enough. Its Leeds and West Brom. But anyone from 1st to 7th in League One could win the title. What happens if the 7th team has played all of the top 13 and only has the bottom 10 to play. You could argue that they are better placed to go up than the team in 2nd who has all of the top teams to play. Football would be finished if they don't complete the season. Sporting Integrity requires it. Next season will be really different though. All bets are off.
  7. What about finishing this season next season and then having a Premier League lite? Split all divisions into 4 like the NFL does and have 20 matches instead of 38? It's the only way really. Winners of each group go to a playoffs system and be crowned champions. Bottom teams do the same but losers are relegated?
  8. I cannot see how they cannot cancel the Euro 2020. Bosnia now want a postponement of their playoff tie with Northern Ireland. The reason is that the majority of their players live and play in countries who need to be quarantined for 14 days if they come into Bosnia. If they add Northern Ireland on to that list, how will they play the match? Postponements are adding up across the Footballing world. When will the Seville/Roma and Inter/Getafe matches be played? Will of this be cleared up within 1 or 2 months? I don't think so. Personally I think they will finish this season by playing it into next season and shortening next season. I cannot see how they can just cancel this season but the leagues cannot go on as they are.
  9. Wake up and smell the coffee. It's all his fault, every single bit of it.
  10. I'd say it's worse than that, we are sprinting towards relegation and sleep walking to oblivion and extinction. It's going to get much worse.
  11. Bingo we have a winner. If the deadline is in March and we have already had a points deduction, who would renew. We get a points deduction now, he already has your money. Only a theory and only a rumour but would not surprise me one bit.
  12. I love this bloody club, more than anyone could know. And it broke my heart not renewing my season ticket. It breaks my heart when people accuse me of not being a true fan because I no longer go. The truth is, I could see how this was going to end 3 years ago and voted with my feet. I had a daughter and couldn't justify spending the money when I didn't enjoy the football and didn't agree with how we were being run. More and more will stop going and who knows how it is going to end. Got a feeling it will get a whole lot worse though. For example on P and G, there was a theory that we brought the Season Ticket deadline forward because we know we are going to get a points deduction and be in relegation trouble. Wouldn't surprise me one bit.
  13. It really was cold. I didn't know how I was going to get back, I don't think I got above 40mph all the way back. Got in at 3am and up for work at 7. That wasn't even the worst. The worst was Exeter and losing 5-1. We got stuck on the A34 in the snow and spent all night sleeping in the car. We left as soon as their 5th went in at 4:45pm, got in around 10am on the Sunday morning.
  14. I understand how you feel. I felt the exact same way when I walked away in 2017. I've done Carlisle on Tuesday, in the snow to watch us in the JP trophy and lose 3-1, I've done Plymouth, Gillingham, Southampton, Newcastle all Midweek. I've done Exeter, Torquay, Swansea, Cardiff, Brighton, Palace, Bournemouth, Portsmouth, Colchester (0-4). I had a season ticket in the same seat for 27 years and thought nothing would stop me from watching us. Truth is, I couldn't justify supporting them while Chansiri was in charge. I would be back tomorrow if he left the club, even if that was the National League North. I just hope there is something to go back to once he has left, I don't think there will be though.
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