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Old 16th September 2020, 12.32:19   #31-0 (permalink)
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The problem will be stopping the kids in the techend from standing up and not social distancing, let alone wear a mask.
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I would think that very few of the Tech end kids are ST holders.

Based on the theoretical 1000 limit.
I would offer Last years WST /ST holders first chance of matchday tickets at £30 adult £15 for Concessions and £5 for juniors.
I'd run that until we are allowed to seat at least 25% of our capacity.
This may be controversial but could be financially viable short term.
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Old 16th September 2020, 13.05:48   #32-0 (permalink)
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I agree ! That is how i read it as well

An across the board number is ridiculous - forr example Boreham Wood hardly ever get 1000 but for us that is 3500 below our average.
I think its saying that allthough all clubs will open 30% of the ground, those clubs of which 30% is a value lower than 1000, will be allowed a higher percentage to the value of at least 1000.
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I think its saying that allthough all clubs will open 30% of the ground, those clubs of which 30% is a value lower than 1000, will be allowed a higher percentage to the value of at least 1000.
I fear things are far more complex - or should be - firstly each club Safety Officer needs to be involved in the discussion process - often they are totally overlooked by the authorities but ultimately, it is they who have to manage the stadium and spectators.

Numbers admitted will surely vary dependent on many factors - seating or standing - how many turnstiles and how many exit gates - can they be separated ?

Thinking of the away terrace at Altrincham - one way in and one way out.

Turnstiles and there approach routes / standing on a shared pavement - it all needs to be thought through and written down / recorded.

Plucking a simple percentage out of the sky and imposing it on every stadium as though they are all identical cannot be the right way to progress.

I would imagine more stewarding will be required - and from my understanding we are / were not blessed in great numbers in that department - with many stewards getting a bit older in years it might be that some decide to withdraw - without sufficient stewards there is no game - not just talking about our club but throughout the leagues - problem in the past has been overcome by sharing stewards between clubs - local to us.
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No problem for you . You are sold on the armchair aren't you?
Yep, along with many others, not been since Keates return. And I sure as hell wouldn't be going with those restrictions in place.

Going to the footy should be fun. What's coming sounds like anything but.
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Yep, along with many others, not been since Keates return. And I sure as hell wouldn't be going with those restrictions in place.

Going to the footy should be fun. What's coming sounds like anything but.
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Dude - i will most happily sit three seats apart from my mates with a mask on if we win promotion - but hey i am just a supporter.
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Old 16th September 2020, 16.23:18   #36-0 (permalink)
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Yep, along with many others, not been since Keates return. And I sure as hell wouldn't be going with those restrictions in place.

Going to the footy should be fun. What's coming sounds like anything but.
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Agreed,

But I want to give this squad a chance, so happy to purchase a streaming subscription hopefully
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I read that it was max circa 30% of each grounds capacity. But until 1st Oct max 1000 at any ground.
But the 1st Oct lifting of the 1000 max is now under review

In the Leader it stated that we would be permitted max 2500 - subject to the October review of 1000 being lifted.

Clearly then subject to what the Welsh assembly say
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I doubt if away fans will be allowed into grounds as the govt will not want to encourage unnecessary travel.
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I doubt if away fans will be allowed into grounds as the govt will not want to encourage unnecessary travel.
Away fans still have the right to 10% of capacity. Home club have to have a good reason not to allow away support and it would have to be better than travel distance.
I can see a case for banning fans from hot spot areas.
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With just over two weeks to go, I’m assuming that the club is preparing for the green light. There must be a lot of work to do in the ground to get it up to the requirements.

I see that jester have received a grant from the FA towards sorting their place out - are we doing the same. Or is that a Welsh FA matter.
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