L G wrote: Truro City fans trying to organise a trip to Hendon for next weeks away match.
Contact details for track and trace, masks, hand sanitiser and cleaning the bus before and after!
Non League is obviously a different beast.
I guess lm being thick here but how can it be justified to get on a bus/coach to a football match when your not suppose to mix with more than 6 people. I understand for public transport this must be different scenario, but not surely because your travelling to a football match.
The best one today was the group of Spurs fans in a large congregation waiting for Bale.
The rules are non existent. And this is why it’s spreading.
Lower league football clubs probably can’t afford to keep testing their players every week but l thought it was strange too when RL said their testing was done just pre-season.
I imagine football will be suspended again by October/November because players will get the virus and as soon as there is symptoms the player(s) will need to be tested. I’m not sure a team will want to play their fixtures if they lose 2 or 3 players after confirmation their positive too. What happens if the manager or back room staff get Covid-19?
Is there any way to prevent the large number of EFL players/staff from not being affected if the R rate carries on the growth it is at currently? Especially after Warnock was confirmed with it the other day.
If teams don’t have players available then matches will be suspended. If matches suspended the league will be a mess.