Return of fans 'something to celebrate'
24/11/2020 | sport | other | 493
The return of crowds to outdoor sporting events is "something to celebrate for fans", says English Football League chairman Rick Parry.
Dont forget fans to wash your hands.
Burnley dingles dont have a clue abouy hygiene.
As for Liverpool fans....thats a virus itself!!!
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Dont forget fans to wash your hands.
Burnley dingles dont have a clue abouy hygiene.
As for Liverpool fans....thats a virus itself!!!
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There's a reason the BBC never let us comment on a Lewis Hamilton article.. No one likes him because he's not a nice person.. Still, have to say he did well.. Growing up in the "slums" as he described it.. Middle class idiot Removed
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24/11/2020 11:12:19 0 1
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And hes still achieved more in his life than you ever will. How do you know he isnt a nice person?
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24/11/2020 11:20:08 0 0
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Think you’ll find the reason in the mirror. I’m not a Hamilton fan, but wonder how you feel you know him so well that you can express your judgement in a completely unrelated article.
When is the Table Tennis page gonna be updated. Nothing posted since the spring but recently there's been the world cup and the ITTF finals without even a score update. Maybe its because the chinese always win the BBC can't be bothered to report. Frustrated TT fan. Removed
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24/11/2020 11:21:51 1 1
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Sounds like you’ve lost your way TomTom.
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24/11/2020 11:13:32 20 19
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Er no! I feel like I'm taking a massive risk every time I go to a supermarket. Few people bother to use the sanitizer. Twice recently I've had to ask staff to replenish tissues and fill up sanitizer. Not good enough! I go in, get what I want and get out as quick as I can.
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24/11/2020 10:22:33 44 13
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Well yes you would think so. Obviously Man U fans will have to cope with the long distance travel, but if they insist on living in Surrey that can't be helped.
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the virus effectively finished in Spring bar some regional ripples skewered by the mad notion of testing asymptomatic people with a flawed PCR test , or patients died as a result of other seasonal respiratory viruses that were recorded as a COVID death. It is now a case of backside covering from the govt as they decided to go with SAGE and their slides of doom and woefully inaccurate predictions Removed
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24/11/2020 12:47:52 4 0
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So would you say that to the families of the hundreds of people currently dying every day within 28 days of having tested positive for Covid. It is just a coincidence that they have died within 28 days of having a positive test result & then being on a ventilator & not being able to breathe is it?
Very sad that there are people like you that won't learn until it's you or your own.
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24/11/2020 12:59:22 0 0
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The virus has not finished, not by a long way. It is a world wide problem.
What do you believe the Government are actually hiding?
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24/11/2020 12:35:05 13 5
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Could not agree more. I am just waiting for the case and R numbers to start rising again in the new year. Inevitable until we get vaccine.
a virus so lethal that search parties of volunteers have to be sent out to find it. It inevitable it will rise considering that they are using a flawed PCR test which is inappropriate for testing on an industrial scale. The virus sadly took around 40,000 up to June , the remainder of deaths attributed to it are being wrongly (not purposely I hasten to add) recorded. Removed
How many fans want to return to football?
The behaviour of the Premier league has been disgusting and wont be forgotten.
£15 to watch matches was an attempt to milk fans for even more money, at a time when the country was on its knees and many of us had no work.
My love for the game has gone.
The BBC are equally to blame, forcing womens football down our throats and being so biased to Man U!
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So would you say that to the families of the hundreds of people currently dying every day within 28 days of having tested positive for Covid. It is just a coincidence that they have died within 28 days of having a positive test result & then being on a ventilator & not being able to breathe is it?
Very sad that there are people like you that won't learn until it's you or your own.
Yes. 1,600 people on average die every day. Scary figure isn't it.
Respiratory viruses don't have waves it isn't how they work. The people who were susceptible to this strain died up until Spring. If you look at the ONS figures for previous years the same figures that were reported as flu / other respiratory viruses are the same figures that this year have been reported as COVID deaths.
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4000 not enough to make booing the KNEE sound loud enough .... Removed
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24/11/2020 10:45:53 28 2
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Didn't I read somewhere that there will be no singing, chanting,or cheering? So what will be the point of attending?
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24/11/2020 10:22:33 44 13
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Well yes you would think so. Obviously Man U fans will have to cope with the long distance travel, but if they insist on living in Surrey that can't be helped.
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24/11/2020 10:45:08 22 1
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I don't think I will be seeing the inside of Anfield this season. Imagine reaching a stage where 4,000 fans are allowed in. How much would those tickets go for? It would be AT LEAST £1000, because that is what Japanese tourists pay in normal times. Offer me £1000 for my ticket to watch us play a Premier League game in a deathly quiet, almost empty Anfield and the seat is yours!
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24/11/2020 14:26:33 1 0
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Depends which team you follow.

Must admit some of the add one that have been quoted are rather shambolic and find hard to accept.

What's going to happen you be evicted from the ground for doing them things.
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24/11/2020 15:08:13 1 1
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confused about your quote of idiots with mild symptoms being tested and becoming covid stats. SURELY if you have mild or full on symptoms you could be a spreader and pass it on to those around you , so whats the diffrence ??
It's not done on a ballot. Its loyal fans first. Mufc will have..

Howard Webb
David coots
Anthony taylor
Mick hucknall (if still alive)
Bet Gilroy
Bez

Then 3994 people saying magic mint buzzin top init
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24/11/2020 15:52:05 3 1
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i feel like everytime anthony taylor goes to OT, united are getting a penalty. maybe it's a coincidence.
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24/11/2020 16:02:29 2 1
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What on earth has Plymouth got to do with Man Utd?
I misread the BBC headline about Grealish as 'footballer admits careless DIVING'.
lmao
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4000 fans brother
what? to quote my brother steve austin what? what? what? what?
what % is that to the bill-ions and bill-ions of liverpool fans man
willy wonka style competition needed man
4000 lucky fans get to step inside the champions stadium brother
4000 get to witness the greatest as king klopps army bulldoze the opposition brother
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24/11/2020 16:25:29 1 0
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With a 'brother' like you the family would have moved on sharpish - minus (one) 1...
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24/11/2020 16:23:39 2 1
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What rubbish, u can’t meet ur mates in the pub for a pint, but 4000 fans can go to watch football
What are these 'mates' that you speak of?

Ah, you mean the backstabbers that you happened to be acquainted with who also fancy your missus.
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24/11/2020 16:43:02 2 1
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Like anyone would fancy your "missus"- As you are using that term, I doubt you even have a partner.
I misread the BBC headline about Grealish as 'footballer admits careless DIVING'.
lmao
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24/11/2020 12:04:58 11 26
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This joke was funny 20 years ago but these days its boring and over used.

They will easilly find 4000 United fans who live in Manchester.
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24/11/2020 18:04:49 0 0
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According to the latest figures published by Casumo Man Utd have 1.4m followers in Manchester and City have 512,000
Keep it up Grealish, soon you will have more points than Villa. How can anybody get into so much bother and not have to attend court( beggars belief), different rules for different tools!No doubt when sentencing comes down, suspended sentence for as long as he is a Villa player. Removed
Remember, in case of a crash, it's always better to leg it or drive off until you're no longer feeling "tired" and "emotional". Removed
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24/11/2020 16:43:02 2 1
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Like anyone would fancy your "missus"- As you are using that term, I doubt you even have a partner.
Dipstick - you're right my partner of eighteen years left me left last year.

I was helping packing her bags for her and have been happy ever since.
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24/11/2020 16:53:48 1 0
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Who says "partner" when they can say husband/wife or girlfriend/boyfriend.

The type who says "significant other".

Or, who doesn't want to let on their partner is same-sex.
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Keep it up Grealish, soon you will have more points than Villa. How can anybody get into so much bother and not have to attend court( beggars belief), different rules for different tools!No doubt when sentencing comes down, suspended sentence for as long as he is a Villa player. Removed
Remember, in case of a crash, it's always better to leg it or drive off until you're no longer feeling "tired" and "emotional". Removed
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24/11/2020 16:51:33 2 3
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Will I be able to buy a Hot Dog?
At Man U, you can purchase a lips and anus confection with a delicious brown mustard jus.

But it's defo not a hotdog.
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Can't be too careful with the Corona even for players, we've seen how catching it has affected Paul Pogba for the last 5 seasons.

No doubt the North West will be shoved into the fanless tier and the south will all have 4k fans in. Not even subtle this government.
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the reason i was thinking that united get a lot of penalties from anthony taylor, is because in the last 8 matches, he's given them 5, and their opponents 1.

for the last 8 matches for city, he's awarded them 2 penalties and 2 to the opposition; each time the opposition getting the penalties was united.

if you take out the penalties awarded in the games between city and united, it's even.
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the reason i was thinking that united get a lot of penalties from anthony taylor, is because in the last 8 matches, he's given them 5, and their opponents 1.

for the last 8 matches for city, he's awarded them 2 penalties and 2 to the opposition; each time the opposition getting the penalties was united.

if you take out the penalties awarded in the games between city and united, it's even.
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Null & void it says Changing McNames.....as at the moment she feels like a proper fan, if they let fans back in she's back to being an armchair fan from another country Removed
It's off topic, but where's the Grealish drink-driving HYS??? Removed
4000 over eighties per stadium, closely huddled, given picnic blankets and cat food, pandemic solved, very quickly. Removed
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24/11/2020 15:31:19 1 1
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It will never go out of fashion as long as the media fawning over Manchester Utd. continues.


(When I've visited other parts of the UK and people have said no Man. U. fans live in Manchester, my reply has been they should go round the pubs in Salford - the place is crawling with 'em.)
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I thought I must be tripping, but it does actually say Rashford (pen), not Penandes (pen).

I was just wowed by the fact that Man U had been awarded another penalty.

It was only in the last game that they were given one.

Time flies.

Nothing queer about United!
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