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Old 15th September 2020, 16.57:11   #11-0 (permalink)
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It would also be sensible to ban away supporters until at least the New Year.

I would have thought QR's opinion on how things would be segregated seems sensible and sufficient. But by the time all our insane politicians put their oar in we could end up with anything but common sense.
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What's the National league doing about. Securing streaming rights for clubs?

They should be in negotiations with BT
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Old 15th September 2020, 17.10:12   #13-0 (permalink)
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the issue with football grounds is not the social distancing whilst watching the game (i.e. on the seats) its the travelling to and from the ground pre and post match, where fans will be closer to each other than desired and also may be in enclosed spaces (trains, buses, etc)
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Does seem Aldershot are offering a streaming service tho

This could really be the lifeline, if we get it up snd running
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Every other row will be empty and every other seat on the occupied rows plus seats next to gangways. Lucky to get 25%.
What about terraces in the smaller grounds? It will hardly be worth the hassle opening some of the tiny stands at some grounds.
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[QUOTE=Prodigal Dragon;2384680]It would also be sensible to ban away supporters until at least the New Year.

I believe FL clubs have had the choice to allow away supporters or not into their ground.
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It would also be sensible to ban away supporters until at least the New Year.

I would have thought QR's opinion on how things would be segregated seems sensible and sufficient. But by the time all our insane politicians put their oar in we could end up with anything but common sense.
It's already doing the rounds that capacity will be limited to 1,000 - regardless of how many supporters follow each club.

The away fan issue is massive - as previously stated - to impose a ban for part of the season would be unfair - example we have no away support at Stockport in December but when they come to us they could potentially have an away following.

Every other seat row will be eliminated - how many seats taken out between supporters open to debate - then what to do with family groups - cross over points / stairways / toilets / refreshment kiosks - turnstiles / exit gates / car park approaches - all will require a planned way of managing the risk.

I can see ST holders & club members being first in allocation (if at all) beyond that the casual supporter wont get a look in even if we start with crowds in October - Peterborough United already had players with Covid at the weekend self isolating - this wont go away and it will no doubt get worse as winter approaches - I am still perplexed as to how the away team travels to the home club - Boreham Wood players and management all aboard a single coach for several hours each way - if that's not a recipe for Covid then nothing else is - only need one player with symptoms and the domino effect will kick in - total logistical nightmare until a tried and tested vaccine is available to the masses - and that's not going to happen any time soon.
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It would also be sensible to ban away supporters until at least the New Year.

I would have thought QR's opinion on how things would be segregated seems sensible and sufficient. But by the time all our insane politicians put their oar in we could end up with anything but common sense.
Surely whatever seats are available should be given to our supporters first.
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Surely whatever seats are available should be given to our supporters first.
I can see this being the Government approved and sensible approach - if crowds are allowed in at all.

Permitting the masses to travel by coach and rail then cross contaminating with the locals can be avoided - it's a simple string to the bow and an easy condition to enforce - it could be argued that there would be more available capacity for home fans.

perhaps restricting each stadium to a set number of say 1,000 for example is not the way to go - it would make more sense and be safer to calculate a 'safe' maximum number for each separate stand dependent on the maximum available capacity for each stand - you would like to think we could be permitted far more supporters than say Boreham Wood who's average home attendance is about 450 - other factors would have to be considered - standing areas as opposed to seating and entry & exit points - face coverings will be interesting - will they be compulsory and can they be enforced by stewards.
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