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 Post subject: Re: Coronavirus
PostPosted: Thu Dec 10 2020 7:43 pm 
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...let's not forget another lockdown is likely at the end of January when cases spike again. Another consideration is that the fixture list will have to be re-worked. Can't see clubs wanting to limit (crows) to 300 on Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
Closing clubhouses down will also affect the viability of staging fixtures.
It's all a bit of a mess.



Does anyone know what the limit is for clubs in tier 2?
It’s the same as the levels for “Elite” football I guess, so that would be 4,000 in tier 1 and 2,000 in tier 2

And Ade says we don’t make any money on beer so surely we can’t lose any on it either if we’re not allowed to sell any of it to the lucky 300.

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...let's not forget another lockdown is likely at the end of January when cases spike again. Another consideration is that the fixture list will have to be re-worked. Can't see clubs wanting to limit (crows) to 300 on Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
Closing clubhouses down will also affect the viability of staging fixtures.
It's all a bit of a mess.



Does anyone know what the limit is for clubs in tier 2?
It’s the same as the levels for “Elite” football I guess, so that would be 4,000 in tier 1 and 2,000 in tier 2

And Ade says we don’t make any money on beer so surely we can’t lose any on it either if we’re not allowed to sell any of it to the lucky 300.
No, it's 600 for step 3 clubs in both tier 1 and tier 2.

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...let's not forget another lockdown is likely at the end of January when cases spike again. Another consideration is that the fixture list will have to be re-worked. Can't see clubs wanting to limit (crows) to 300 on Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
Closing clubhouses down will also affect the viability of staging fixtures.
It's all a bit of a mess.



Does anyone know what the limit is for clubs in tier 2?
It’s the same as the levels for “Elite” football I guess, so that would be 4,000 in tier 1 and 2,000 in tier 2

And Ade says we don’t make any money on beer so surely we can’t lose any on it either if we’re not allowed to sell any of it to the lucky 300.
No, it's 600 for step 3 clubs in both tier 1 and tier 2.
It doesn’t make any sense.

A couple of months ago step 3 clubs in tier 2 were allowed 600, and elite level clubs weren’t allowed any at all. And now it’s still 600 for step 3 clubs in tier 2 but it’s 2,000 for elite level clubs in tier 2.

Can anyone explain the logic?

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...let's not forget another lockdown is likely at the end of January when cases spike again. Another consideration is that the fixture list will have to be re-worked. Can't see clubs wanting to limit (crows) to 300 on Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
Closing clubhouses down will also affect the viability of staging fixtures.
It's all a bit of a mess.



Does anyone know what the limit is for clubs in tier 2?
It’s the same as the levels for “Elite” football I guess, so that would be 4,000 in tier 1 and 2,000 in tier 2

And Ade says we don’t make any money on beer so surely we can’t lose any on it either if we’re not allowed to sell any of it to the lucky 300.
No, it's 600 for step 3 clubs in both tier 1 and tier 2.
It doesn’t make any sense.

A couple of months ago step 3 clubs in tier 2 were allowed 600, and elite level clubs weren’t allowed any at all. And now it’s still 600 for step 3 clubs in tier 2 but it’s 2,000 for elite level clubs in tier 2.

Can anyone explain the logic?
No. Except it's obvious that the FA, Premier League, EFL, DCMS, National League and the Government don't want anybody lower than the elite level clubs to have any grants.

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 Post subject: Re: Coronavirus
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Will we be having another friendly for the lads to get ready before the season restarts


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Step 7 and below is interesting.

They're obviously assuming only a few will turn up.

It would be rather amusing if 8000 did so..

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I’ve left the day free tomorrow just in case our match against Kings Langley is on :-)

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I’ve left the day free tomorrow just in case our match against Kings Langley is on :-)
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 Post subject: Re: Coronavirus
PostPosted: Fri Dec 11 2020 12:54 pm 
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Will we be having another friendly for the lads to get ready before the season restarts


I believe the word we're looking for in this and other recent PRs is "being"...

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King's Lynn Town cashing in on their home match v Torquay today!!

King's Lynn Town have defended their decision to raise their ticket prices ahead of fans returning to 'The Walks' ground this Saturday.
A maximum of 1,400 spectators are permitted at the ground for the time being under Covid restrictions.
Tickets for the match this Saturday are priced at £25 for seating and £22 for standing entry, with no children's or concessionary rates offered.

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 Post subject: Re: Coronavirus
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King's Lynn Town cashing in on their home match v Torquay today!!

King's Lynn Town have defended their decision to raise their ticket prices ahead of fans returning to 'The Walks' ground this Saturday.
A maximum of 1,400 spectators are permitted at the ground for the time being under Covid restrictions.
Tickets for the match this Saturday are priced at £25 for seating and £22 for standing entry, with no children's or concessionary rates offered.

robbing bar stewards

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King's Lynn Town cashing in on their home match v Torquay today!!

King's Lynn Town have defended their decision to raise their ticket prices ahead of fans returning to 'The Walks' ground this Saturday.
A maximum of 1,400 spectators are permitted at the ground for the time being under Covid restrictions.
Tickets for the match this Saturday are priced at £25 for seating and £22 for standing entry, with no children's or concessionary rates offered.

robbing bar stewards
Their Chairman/owner has done this before.

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King's Lynn Town cashing in on their home match v Torquay today!!

King's Lynn Town have defended their decision to raise their ticket prices ahead of fans returning to 'The Walks' ground this Saturday.
A maximum of 1,400 spectators are permitted at the ground for the time being under Covid restrictions.
Tickets for the match this Saturday are priced at £25 for seating and £22 for standing entry, with no children's or concessionary rates offered.

robbing bar stewards
Their Chairman/owner has done this before.
Weren't they charging around £15 when they were at Step 3.


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 Post subject: Re: Coronavirus
PostPosted: Sat Dec 12 2020 9:24 pm 
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(crows) 625 according to the BBC website. If so, then the plan to charge over the odds clearly backfired. Charge a tenner and get 1400 into the ground would have been a better strategy and generated a lot of much needed goodwill.


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NPL restarting this weekend!

https://www.thenpl.co.uk/npl-statement- ... d1adAQA9kE

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 Post subject: Re: Coronavirus
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...breaking ranks with the other leagues! Interesting to see what happens now, but most clubs in the Ryman League will now be moving into tier 3. The government announcement tomorrow will be interesting.


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...breaking ranks with the other leagues! Interesting to see what happens now, but most clubs in the Ryman League will now be moving into tier 3. The government announcement tomorrow will be interesting.
One manager's view:


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...breaking ranks with the other leagues! Interesting to see what happens now, but most clubs in the Ryman League will now be moving into tier 3. The government announcement tomorrow will be interesting.
One manager's view:

The problem with Toothy is that you never know where he stands on matters :-)

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...breaking ranks with the other leagues! Interesting to see what happens now, but most clubs in the Ryman League will now be moving into tier 3. The government announcement tomorrow will be interesting.
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The problem with Toothy is that you never know where he stands on matters :-)
:-D :mrgreen:

The irony is, of course, that the Premier League has carried on without a level playing field - just the four clubs now allowed fans in - so clearly the pyramid thinks that's all right then...

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 Post subject: Re: Coronavirus
PostPosted: Tue Dec 15 2020 4:17 pm 
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The NPL is clearly content for those areas in tier 3 to have games attended by 300 (crows) max. Not sure where the likes of FCUM, SOuth Shields and Strangers stand on this. Those clubs in tier 2 areas can have more (crows) at their fixtures so they are probably keener to start up again.

If the NPL has said that fixtures are to start again then one presumes that some form of disclosure of how this decision has been made would be necessitated.

It is a very complex area given that some players will be on contract, they may have been furloughed and some may have been tapped up by clubs higher up the pyramid.

If the MFA is starting up again then this presents a chance for some to go and watch their local MFA side, which is probably what I will do at some point.


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("tomorrow" = today, of course... don't hold your breath...)

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