Knibbsworth wrote:HC Green wrote:Knibbsworth wrote: I dont see why in the digital age the players aren't playing in empty stadiums. Fans can watch online for £10 a go.
Get the season finished.
So how do the players, staff involved maintain social distancing?
Corners would be interesting if players can’t come within 2 metres of each other.
Troy Deeney says the Watford players are still training throughout this, so I assume Argyle players still are?
If there are no cases of coronavirus at Crewe Alexandra, and I played for Argyle, I'd be happy to play against them.
As Deeney went on to say, they are professional athletes with strong hearts, lungs, immune systems. The chances of a pro footballer dying of coronavirus must be very slim.
I would bet if players across the leagues were given a confidential private ballot vote to either play on or not, they would vote yes.
The issue is more about should these healthy players catch the virus who could they pass it on to.