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8 minutes ago, happy bunny said:

 

What have you gone and done...........

 

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Gordon Taylor in talking out of his arse again shocker

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As I've said before, there is no sporting integrity to this, complete bullshit. 

 

EPL/EFL would sanction 5 a side games behind closed doors in a leisure centre as long as Sky pay for the rights. If football cant be played safely, including fans then it isnt football. Dicking about with shorter halves and neutral venues is desperate. 

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10 minutes each way , players will play behind individual perspecs screens on wheels and will also wear wet suit in case of sweat splash WTF:

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8 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

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Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor says halves of less than 45 minutes are being considered when football resumes.

 

Discussions about the Premier League's return are ongoing but Taylor says players are "concerned" about safety.

 

"They are not stupid," he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme. "They would have to be satisfied that it is safe to return, and it is their choice."

 

The Premier League is hopeful of a potential 8 June resumption.

 

"We don't know the future but we do know is what propositions have been put, what ideas have been put, the possibility of having more substitutes, games possibly not being the full 45 minutes each way with talks of neutral stadiums," said Taylor.

 

"Ideally, you want to keep the integrity of the competition, and of course, that was about playing home and away and having the same squad of players as before it was suspended.

 

"So there's lots of points to be made, but above all, can the seasons be completed and can they be completed safely?"

 

Taylor's comments follow a number of Premier League club doctors raising a range of concerns with league bosses over plans to resume the season.

'Shakes head in disbelief'WTF:

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6 hours ago, DJMortimer said:

I've never had a lofty opinion of Gordon Taylor (understating it slightly).

 

That hasn't changed today.

 

The mans a bloody genius.

 

He’s made himself a very rich and powerful man in the football game by stating the bleeding obvious for 30 years.

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22 minutes ago, The Claw said:

10 minutes each way , players will play behind individual perspecs screens on wheels and will also wear wet suit in case of sweat splash WTF:

Reach will be ok in his Speedo’s then.

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8 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

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Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor says halves of less than 45 minutes are being considered when football resumes.

 

Discussions about the Premier League's return are ongoing but Taylor says players are "concerned" about safety.

 

"They are not stupid," he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme. "They would have to be satisfied that it is safe to return, and it is their choice."

 

The Premier League is hopeful of a potential 8 June resumption.

 

"We don't know the future but we do know is what propositions have been put, what ideas have been put, the possibility of having more substitutes, games possibly not being the full 45 minutes each way with talks of neutral stadiums," said Taylor.

 

"Ideally, you want to keep the integrity of the competition, and of course, that was about playing home and away and having the same squad of players as before it was suspended.

 

"So there's lots of points to be made, but above all, can the seasons be completed and can they be completed safely?"

 

Taylor's comments follow a number of Premier League club doctors raising a range of concerns with league bosses over plans to resume the season.

Wednesday been doing this for 6 months already 

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41 minutes ago, The Claw said:

10 minutes each way , players will play behind individual perspecs screens on wheels and will also wear wet suit in case of sweat splash WTF:

 

Think this will be their next idea.

 

 

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16 minutes ago, Hookowl said:

 

Think this will be their next idea.

 

 

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Table needs to be wider so the players can still be 2m apart, nice try though

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11 minutes ago, the third man said:

Table needs to be wider so the players can still be 2m apart, nice try though

Nah.................only need that with real players...............................EPL are gonna use wooden ones.

 

 

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Imagine how many mire points we’d have if the second half was only 40 minutes long!

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so say they make it 80 min games for rest of season so are they going to reset all results this season to 80 mins? or are they going to decide season after game 23? both of those sound good, but its not done to help us its done to help who they want to help.  if premier resumes without relegation then exactly what is the point of carrying on? Liverpool have the title ,nobody cares about who finishes 2-3-4th so who on earth would in effect would want to watch a load of worthless pointless games? surely sky/bt would say if there is no relegation then none of our viewers would be interested 

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8 hours ago, farlego said:

Not sure what difference losing 5 or 10 minutes would make regarding the safety of the players tbh.

some ideas being discussed are quite frankly bizarre 

Exactly, why would reducing time played have any effect ?  In my opinion ALL the ideas are bizarre !  I know some people say football, like any business, has to plan for the future.  Well, the safest and best way to plan is to cancel the season (apart from the League Cup whih is already completed) and offer grounds, facilities and resources to the wider community during these unprecedented times. Start next season with every team in the same position as last August. Start when it is safe to do so, and when fans can attend.

Football is making itself look greedy, out of touch, and, with these daft suggestions, stupid.

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15 minutes ago, Jack the Hat said:

Imagine how many mire points we’d have if the second half was only 40 minutes long!

 

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symbolic of the modern ‘football industry’... Money first, health/safety and fans second. 
 

You hope the approach will change but unfortunately some clubs will go to the wall before so. 

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9 hours ago, @owlstalk said:



Utterly Utterly bizarre...

So totally outer space it beggars belief

 

 

It beggars belief how much fkn desperate nackers has been spouted by football administrators during all this. It’s like some denial complex has been made mandatory. Bunch of cnts the lot of them. UTO.

 

doubled up on the ‘beggars belief’ but couldn’t find a better phrase. UTO.

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