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Thread: Good news for sport

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    Good news for sport

    Could be back at NYS soon https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/55010011

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    Letís hope so.

    Even half capacity would help the players if we get behind the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pocket rocket View Post
    Let’s hope so.

    Even half capacity would help the players if we get behind the team.
    If South Yorkshire is still in tier 3 in December then there won't be any fans allowed in.
    If it's tier 2 then the intention is 2k are being let in.
    We've sold in excess of 3k Flexi tickets.

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    Surely it should be based on the capacity of the stadium and ability to distance from other fans
    4000 fans at Spurs would be rattling around but the same amount at Cambridge would be packed in

    Are away fans allowed? We could have the whole end for the Coventry away game and distance quite easily

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    Quote Originally Posted by flourbasher View Post
    Surely it should be based on the capacity of the stadium and ability to distance from other fans
    4000 fans at Spurs would be rattling around but the same amount at Cambridge would be packed in

    Are away fans allowed? We could have the whole end for the Coventry away game and distance quite easily
    I think it's 4,000 or half of the capacity whichever is the smallest . Just hope the infections come down soon so S Yorkshire gets out of tier 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by CASPER-64-FRANK View Post
    If South Yorkshire is still in tier 3 in December then there won't be any fans allowed in.
    If it's tier 2 then the intention is 2k are being let in.
    We've sold in excess of 3k Flexi tickets.
    Correct, at best we will be tier 2 but most likely tier 3

    Thereís are still major pockets of our society that chose to ignore covid restrictions and in doing so keep us in the higher tiers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    Correct, at best we will be tier 2 but most likely tier 3

    Thereís are still major pockets of our society that chose to ignore covid restrictions and in doing so keep us in the higher tiers
    Wait until pubs/bars re open, mass gatherings and back to square one and we join the merry go round again, and no one will be attending any football game in South Yorkshire until March!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brin View Post
    Wait until pubs/bars re open, mass gatherings and back to square one and we join the merry go round again, and no one will be attending any football game in South Yorkshire until March!
    March in which year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redhouse View Post
    Could be back at NYS soon https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/55010011
    I just knew it would all end in tiers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    Correct, at best we will be tier 2 but most likely tier 3

    There’s are still major pockets of our society that chose to ignore covid restrictions and in doing so keep us in the higher tiers
    So you're blaming Pocket for everything? So much for MM camaraderie

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