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Ooh aah Paskin 13th September 2021 08.34:32

Re: Next Generation of Fans
 
[QUOTE=MichaelP;2514064]It’s okay the club won’t enforce it even if Drakeford brings it in. They don’t enforce the rules on face coverings on the concourse whilst queuing for refreshments and into the toilets. So what chance have we got enforcing the rules on not letting supporters and other rif raf in?[/QUOTE]

To be fair, there are no rules on wearing face coverings whilst in the concourses etc as far as i know, only a recommendation to wear one.
Personally, i would still wear one in these areas if in a large crowd as for all i know i could have the virus unknowingly and wearing a mask will lessen the probability i would breathe it all over everyone! I know they aren't foolproof, no one has ever said they are.

As for a vaccine passport to get into the game or venues, i really don't see the point. As it is now knowledge a person who has been double jabbed can still contract the virus AND still transmit it, what difference does a scannable code make to whether a person should be allowed in or not?

That should be down to individual choices and weighing of risks etc. If you don't feel safe going, don't go. No judgement. Same as those who choose to wear masks at any point during their visit should receive no judgement too.

eosceiriog 13th September 2021 09.55:42

Re: Next Generation of Fans
 
[QUOTE=dragonspark;2514041]i thought George Borrow came across as a bit of a bigot with a considerable amount of arrogance, he was clearly not very taken with Wrexham although in them days there were many brewries and tanneries and the weekly weekend onslaught of gangs of miners from the various districts descending on the town.[/QUOTE]

I bet that was really frightening!!!:D

dragonspark 13th September 2021 10.05:25

Re: Next Generation of Fans
 
if i recall correctly, Borrow had arranged to meet someone in the Wynnstay Hotel (high st Wxm) and walked from his lodgings over the mountains stopping off at the hovels on Newtown Mountain, having various discussions and then on to town, where he had his meeting, he was warned about walking back alone because he may fall foul to the miners,
Borrow said the miners would be no match for him and his stick, as if his stick would help against a gang of hairy arsed miners, anyway Borrow did walk back to Llan and comments upon the blasts of light from the various furnaces he passed at Ruabon.
Im not quite sure this George Borrow was entirely truthful given the length of time he would have taken in discussions and walked from Llan to town and back, maybe he did but its a good walk

Nightmancommeth 13th September 2021 10.52:43

Re: Next Generation of Fans
 
[QUOTE=Cookie;2513635]I spoke to the fella who (shhh don't tell the kids) usually wears the costume.
He told me it's not allowed due to covid, didn't mention it going missing.[/QUOTE]

The Covid “rules” are absolute bullshit. Im glad more and more people are realising the farce it is. Contradicting, Hypocritical and no evidence behind the decisions. Amazing how all this came from someone “eating a bat” ey…. As for the new generation of fans, if they are going to continue riding the hype train and stick with us regardless of results(we shall see) then they need to learn how to actually read up and sit where they a delegated to. I got into the game at about 2.55pm and the amount of people who couldn’t simply decipher between row C and D was ridiculous. Caused some right friction between “fans” with small kids, looked like it was gonna kick off. You can’t blame the club for people being thick.

Ooh aah Paskin 13th September 2021 10.56:59

Re: Next Generation of Fans
 
[QUOTE=Nightmancommeth;2514282]The Covid “rules” are absolute bullshit. Im glad more and more people are realising the farce it is. Contradicting, Hypocritical and no evidence behind the decisions. Amazing how all this came from someone “eating a bat” ey…. As for the new generation of fans, if they are going to continue riding the hype train and stick with us regardless of results(we shall see) then they need to learn how to actually read up and sit where they a delegated to. I got into the game at about 2.55pm and the amount of people who couldn’t simply decipher between row C and D was ridiculous. Caused some right friction between “fans” with small kids, looked like it was gonna kick off. You can’t blame the club for people being thick.[/QUOTE]

It doesn't help that all 4 home nations have been issuing their own restrictions and rules regarding COVID etc.
Surely it wouldn't be that difficult to all sing off the same hymn sheet?

Nightmancommeth 13th September 2021 10.58:01

Re: Next Generation of Fans
 
[QUOTE=Ooh aah Paskin;2514287]It doesn't help that all 4 home nations have been issuing their own restrictions and rules regarding COVID etc.
Surely it wouldn't be that difficult to all sing off the same hymn sheet?[/QUOTE]

You aren’t wrong there.

Willywill 13th September 2021 11.17:34

Re: Next Generation of Fans
 
Some coming together of the Nations would be good. I have analysed the risk to me, and conclude that as the game is being played outside, I don’t need a mask. However the toilets at half time are high risk due to the the activity being such an overcrowded scramble.
I am not being paranoid, the two jabs I have had should keep me out of Hospital, but I have spoken to friends (over the age of 40) who have had Covid, and they mention that it was dreadful.

Ooh aah Paskin 13th September 2021 11.26:54

Re: Next Generation of Fans
 
[QUOTE=Willywill;2514309]Some coming together of the Nations would be good. I have analysed the risk to me, and conclude that as the game is being played outside, I don’t need a mask. However the toilets at half time are high risk due to the the activity being such an overcrowded scramble.
I am not being paranoid, the two jabs I have had should keep me out of Hospital, but I have spoken to friends (over the age of 40) who have had Covid, and they mention that it was dreadful.[/QUOTE]

And that is what every individual should be able to do, without judgement from others if they decide to wear a mask (or not) whilst attending the game, and anywhere else for that matter.
If i was attending a game now i would definitely wear a mask in the concourses and whilst entering and leaving the stadium. Hell, i probably would still wear the mask whilst watching the game.
Not as a 'terror-driven' measure or whatever, just as my own personal decision based on my beliefs of what helps mine, and others, safety.

If anyone had an issue with it, that's up to them. It wouldn't change my mind. Just as i don't have an issue if the fans sitting around me aren't wearing face coverings.

stevewxm 13th September 2021 12.41:48

Re: Next Generation of Fans
 
[QUOTE=Ooh aah Paskin;2514287]It doesn't help that all 4 home nations have been issuing their own restrictions and rules regarding COVID etc.
Surely it wouldn't be that difficult to all sing off the same hymn sheet?[/QUOTE]

Never a hope of that with different political parties in charge of each nation, nothing to do with what was best for the country, just politicians playing games with our lives.

fluffysheepsupporter 13th September 2021 14.02:19

Re: Next Generation of Fans
 
[QUOTE=Ooh aah Paskin;2514287]It doesn't help that all 4 home nations have been issuing their own restrictions and rules regarding COVID etc.
Surely it wouldn't be that difficult to all sing off the same hymn sheet?[/QUOTE]

Amen.


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