Premier League officially postponed until 17th of June

Serpico

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Government tells Premier League stars to keep social distance on pitch 'where possible'

They are having a laugh. I can't wait to see how corners are treated! How do you commit to a tackle?
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Is this the answer.
 

spursfan77

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What’s the view on clubs arranging behind closed door friendlies before it all kicks off again?

Makes some sense to me, but aren’t the clubs opening themselves up for a chance of infection before actual games kick off. That’s a pretty risky strategy.
 

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What’s the view on clubs arranging behind closed door friendlies before it all kicks off again?

Makes some sense to me, but aren’t the clubs opening themselves up for a chance of infection before actual games kick off. That’s a pretty risky strategy.
I suppose it would have to be against other Premiership clubs. because then they know that they are part of the same rigorous testing.
 

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Sorry, but lost all interest in football at the moment, sensible thing would have been cancel the season and start next season on time, but money talks, so fans don’t count...
Dude I totally get you but please don't stop posting because I love to jerk of---- sorry, um, look at your avatar.

I just really like the name "Jaffer;" gets me every time.
 

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I wonder when we will give the team run outs at the stadium with it in its empty form.
 

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What’s the view on clubs arranging behind closed door friendlies before it all kicks off again?

Makes some sense to me, but aren’t the clubs opening themselves up for a chance of infection before actual games kick off. That’s a pretty risky strategy.
There was something about this on the BBC last night.

Given the go ahead and in talks with championship teams. But they need to be close (Newcastle get more leeway) and can be at training ground or stadium
 

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I probably missed this but when are the rest of the teams gonna play? So far it's just Arsenal-Man City and Sheffield-A.Villa...
 

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I probably missed this but when are the rest of the teams gonna play? So far it's just Arsenal-Man City and Sheffield-A.Villa...
Those are the games in hand which are on Thursday. So those teams will probably play again Sunday or Monday. The 30th round of fixtures are set to begin on Friday, the 19th. Exact schedule of games hasnt been announced.
 

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I suppose it would have to be against other Premiership clubs. because then they know that they are part of the same rigorous testing.
Which is why there needs to be zero tolerance (from a football perspective) for PL players breaking social distancing rules now.
 

spursfan77

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Those are the games in hand which are on Thursday. So those teams will probably play again Sunday or Monday. The 30th round of fixtures are set to begin on Friday, the 19th. Exact schedule of games hasnt been announced.
What's the prediction for team getting shafted playing 3 times in a week and those teams that don't?

Dont - Liverpool, Arsenal, Man Utd
Do - Man City, Us, all the relegation candidates
 

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1st gives the fixtures
2nd gives the change to FA cup games
3rd gives the new dates for those
 

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only 1 positive test from the last round of PL testing, so the quiestion is, which one of our key players was it?;)
 
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