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Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.
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Put some sand down and call HP a fookin beach and we could get 25,000 in under current exercise rules.
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Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.
Social distancing while the 6k enter and leave the ground?
How would that work?
I guess they could always wear the £5 Argo masks.
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akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.
Social distancing while the 6k enter and leave the ground?
How would that work?
I guess they could always wear the £5 Argo masks.


Same way it does for supermarkets, a queue.
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Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.
Social distancing while the 6k enter and leave the ground?
How would that work?
I guess they could always wear the £5 Argo masks.


Same way it does for supermarkets, a queue.
Though you don’t get 6000 fans queuing up the supermarket that won’t work would take 5hours to get in & out the ground
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RegGreen wrote:
Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.
Social distancing while the 6k enter and leave the ground?
How would that work?
I guess they could always wear the £5 Argo masks.


Same way it does for supermarkets, a queue.
Though you don’t get 6000 fans queuing up the supermarket that won’t work would take 5hours to get in & out the ground

Supermarket has only one entrance, how many has Argyle got, anyway what’s your idea then.
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RegGreen wrote:
Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.
Social distancing while the 6k enter and leave the ground?
How would that work?
I guess they could always wear the £5 Argo masks.


Same way it does for supermarkets, a queue.
Though you don’t get 6000 fans queuing up the supermarket that won’t work would take 5hours to get in & out the ground
Thanks Reg for a bit of reality here.
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akagreengull wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.
Social distancing while the 6k enter and leave the ground?
How would that work?
I guess they could always wear the £5 Argo masks.


Same way it does for supermarkets, a queue.
Though you don’t get 6000 fans queuing up the supermarket that won’t work would take 5hours to get in & out the ground
Thanks Reg for a bit of reality here.

Yeh thanks Reg.

Not sure if you’ve noticed we’re not in the normal world, so there’s my small suggestion which you’ve knocked back, maybe it is a crap idea, but do you have any ideas at all or you just happy to have a general fecking moan ?
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Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.

Wasn't that Brent's plan from day 1 ?

lol! laugh
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Punchdrunk wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.

Wasn't that Brent's plan from day 1 ?

lol! laugh
lol!
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Punchdrunk wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.

Wasn't that Brent's plan from day 1 ?

lol! laugh

Don’t know I’m not obsessed with the fecking bloke as you are.
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Graiser wrote:
Punchdrunk wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.

Wasn't that Brent's plan from day 1 ?

lol! laugh

Don’t know I’m not obsessed with the fecking bloke as you are.

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Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.
Social distancing while the 6k enter and leave the ground?
How would that work?
I guess they could always wear the £5 Argo masks.


Same way it does for supermarkets, a queue.
Though you don’t get 6000 fans queuing up the supermarket that won’t work would take 5hours to get in & out the ground
Thanks Reg for a bit of reality here.

Yeh thanks Reg.

Not sure if you’ve noticed we’re not in the normal world, so there’s my small suggestion which you’ve knocked back, maybe it is a crap idea, but do you have any ideas at all or you just happy to have a general fecking moan ?
As you just said, it is a crap idea.
Quote from Andrew Parkinson Argo CEO “It is a very difficult and gloomy picture at this stage, but hopefully there will be some answers in the future.” is that moaning or realism Graiser?
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akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.
Social distancing while the 6k enter and leave the ground?
How would that work?
I guess they could always wear the £5 Argo masks.


Same way it does for supermarkets, a queue.
Though you don’t get 6000 fans queuing up the supermarket that won’t work would take 5hours to get in & out the ground
Thanks Reg for a bit of reality here.

Yeh thanks Reg.

Not sure if you’ve noticed we’re not in the normal world, so there’s my small suggestion which you’ve knocked back, maybe it is a crap idea, but do you have any ideas at all or you just happy to have a general fecking moan ?
As you just said, it is a crap idea.
Quote from Andrew Parkinson Argo CEO “It is a very difficult and gloomy picture at this stage, but hopefully there will be some answers in the future.” is that moaning or realism Graiser?

That’s realism and a little optimism for the future, not blanket doom and gloom hand wringing woe is me fecking nonsense.
That’s easy to be like that, trying to find a solution seems to be a bit beyond some.
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akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.
Social distancing while the 6k enter and leave the ground?
How would that work?
I guess they could always wear the £5 Argo masks.


Same way it does for supermarkets, a queue.
Though you don’t get 6000 fans queuing up the supermarket that won’t work would take 5hours to get in & out the ground
Thanks Reg for a bit of reality here.

Yeh thanks Reg.

Not sure if you’ve noticed we’re not in the normal world, so there’s my small suggestion which you’ve knocked back, maybe it is a crap idea, but do you have any ideas at all or you just happy to have a general fecking moan ?
As you just said, it is a crap idea.
Quote from Andrew Parkinson Argo CEO “It is a very difficult and gloomy picture at this stage, but hopefully there will be some answers in the future.” is that moaning or realism Graiser?

Have you heard of brainstorming, perhaps not, 99% of proposals are crap but amongst all of them a nugget appears.
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laugh Maybe a "wee nugget" as someone used to say.
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Well constructed article, with interview from Shitty chairman Julian Tagg, telling how ECFC will get through due to being fans trust and having a marvellous academy.
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akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Graiser wrote:
akagreengull wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Reduce the capacity to 6k, seating 3 seats apart staggered in each row, reduced seating in the corporate area for viewing and food, bit contentious I know as some supporters will miss out but at least there’ll be income and football to watch.
Social distancing while the 6k enter and leave the ground?
How would that work?
I guess they could always wear the £5 Argo masks.


Same way it does for supermarkets, a queue.
Though you don’t get 6000 fans queuing up the supermarket that won’t work would take 5hours to get in & out the ground
Thanks Reg for a bit of reality here.

Yeh thanks Reg.

Not sure if you’ve noticed we’re not in the normal world, so there’s my small suggestion which you’ve knocked back, maybe it is a crap idea, but do you have any ideas at all or you just happy to have a general fecking moan ?
As you just said, it is a crap idea.
Quote from Andrew Parkinson Argo CEO “It is a very difficult and gloomy picture at this stage, but hopefully there will be some answers in the future.” is that moaning or realism Graiser?

So it’s a crap idea is it, looks like the powers that be are thinking along the same lines, strange that
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This is the EFL framework. The first vote on June 1. Second once that is settled. Probably same day.

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A decision needs making then and no more can kicking. When or even if next season starts is a separate problem but clubs needs answers on this season first to try and plan forwards.
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Next season is not a separate problem.

Once it is known when next season will start, a decision can be made on when this season needs to finish which will dictate when it needs to restart.

If next season (with people able to attend games) doesn't start before December, then realistically, this season doesn't need to restart before late August.

Also, we need to know just how many teams will start next season. If 2 or 3 L1 & L2 teams are not going to be around next season, it affects relegation and how many games need to be played to decide that.
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Grovehill wrote:
Next season is not a separate problem.

Once it is known when next season will start, a decision can be made on when this season needs to finish which will dictate when it needs to restart.

If next season (with people able to attend games) doesn't start before December, then realistically, this season doesn't need to restart before late August.

Also, we need to know just how many teams will start next season. If 2 or 3 L1 & L2 teams are not going to be around next season, it affects relegation and how many games need to be played to decide that.

LOl. Well that is going to depend on when the season starts and what crowds are allowed?
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Grovehill wrote:
Next season is not a separate problem.

Once it is known when next season will start, a decision can be made on when this season needs to finish which will dictate when it needs to restart.

If next season (with people able to attend games) doesn't start before December, then realistically, this season doesn't need to restart before late August.

Also, we need to know just how many teams will start next season. If 2 or 3 L1 & L2 teams are not going to be around next season, it affects relegation and how many games need to be played to decide that.

Read that twice, still not sure if it’s fork handles or four candles.
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Graiser wrote:
Grovehill wrote:
Next season is not a separate problem.

Once it is known when next season will start, a decision can be made on when this season needs to finish which will dictate when it needs to restart.

If next season (with people able to attend games) doesn't start before December, then realistically, this season doesn't need to restart before late August.

Also, we need to know just how many teams will start next season. If 2 or 3 L1 & L2 teams are not going to be around next season, it affects relegation and how many games need to be played to decide that.

Read that twice, still not sure if it’s fork handles or four candles.

What are you wittering on about now you catankerous old sod?
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Punchdrunk wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Grovehill wrote:
Next season is not a separate problem.

Once it is known when next season will start, a decision can be made on when this season needs to finish which will dictate when it needs to restart.

If next season (with people able to attend games) doesn't start before December, then realistically, this season doesn't need to restart before late August.

Also, we need to know just how many teams will start next season. If 2 or 3 L1 & L2 teams are not going to be around next season, it affects relegation and how many games need to be played to decide that.

Read that twice, still not sure if it’s fork handles or four candles.

What are you wittering on about now you catankerous old sod?

Funny that I was thinking the same thing about the bollox you’ve been posting lately you racist moron.
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