Well if 'official' advice is: do not go out do not travel unless absolutely necessary. We should postpone?
Asking people to travel from Crewe, Cornwall, Devon and back when officially they should be staying at home??
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David_Fisher wrote:Stuart House wrote: As an exile travelling tomorrow, given the weather forecast (torrential rain, 70mph winds all day) it would be handy to have a bit of steer from the club on their thoughts/planning for tomorrow.
Even its it's 'we foresee no problems, game to go ahead as normal'
or 'We are monitoring and will make an early decision'
Nothing on the Baggo as yet.
Weather in Plymouth currently dry with light winds.
I think the Man City game last weekend was cancelled due to concerns for safety rather than the pitch so presumably Argyle will have similar concerns.
"A Manchester City spokesperson said: Due to extreme and escalating weather conditions and in the interests of supporter and staff safety, today's match has been postponed."
WoodsyGreen wrote: Plymouth Albion's home game tomorrow has been postponed by the RFU. I personally think it's too early for that, but that decision is bound to put a little bit of pressure on Argyle to do the same.
Mark Pedlar wrote:WoodsyGreen wrote: Plymouth Albion's home game tomorrow has been postponed by the RFU. I personally think it's too early for that, but that decision is bound to put a little bit of pressure on Argyle to do the same.
Nothing to do with weather though. Just postponed due to lack of interest.
"We are, of course, aware of the weather forecast for the weekend, and will continue to closely monitor conditions.
"There is no reason, at present, to suppose that that our top-of-the-table game against Crewe Alexandra is in jeopardy.
"If that changes, we will immediately inform supporters through the club’s communications channels, including the official website, http://www.pafc.co.uk.”
Neilz5419 wrote: It does seem like nearly every week there is a thread questioning whether a game will go ahead, the pitch is more than capable and aslong as the stadium does not suffer structural damage I do not see this being called off. If it Is called off people will still go about there business going to Asda and the shopping mall with no effect. I remember I think a game at fleetwood last year where the ball wouldn’t stay still on the corner spot and the corner flags horizontal, can’t see it being any worse than that in a protected stadium
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