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Punchdrunk

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PostSubject: Re: League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release)   League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release) - Page 6 EmptyMon May 25, 2020 8:18 pm

Graiser wrote:
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.

Todder off back to not606 boring old cnut
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Punchdrunk wrote:
Graiser wrote:
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.

Todder off back to not606 boring old cnut

Your spellings atrocious but I suppose that’s what a lack of education does for you.
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PostSubject: Re: League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release)   League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release) - Page 6 EmptyMon May 25, 2020 9:50 pm

The main thing that I've never understood about this whole pandemic and how it may possibly end is that no-one from the epidemiology world, that I'm aware of, has ever come up with any explanation as to why the SARS virus of 2002 died out. The virus responsible, another coronavirus COV-SARS-1, spread from November 2002 to July 2003 and then pretty much disappeared apart from a small number of cases in single figures reported until 2004. Yet all the experts out there are saying with great conviction that the current virus COV-SARS-2 responsible for COVID-19 can never disappear and will be with us for years. Why are they so sure when the earlier related coronavirus all but disappeared.
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Freathy wrote:
The main thing that I've never understood about this whole pandemic and how it may possibly end is that no-one from the epidemiology world, that I'm aware of, has ever come up with any explanation as to why the SARS virus of 2002 died out.  The virus responsible, another coronavirus COV-SARS-1, spread from November 2002 to July 2003 and then pretty much disappeared apart from a small number of cases in single figures reported until 2004.   Yet all the experts out there are saying with great conviction that the current virus COV-SARS-2 responsible for COVID-19 can never disappear and will be with us for years.  Why are they so sure when the earlier related coronavirus all but disappeared.

From what I’ve read, the previous viruses made people who caught it seriously ill which scientists say makes it easier to control
Covid-19 is different to the other coronaviruses in that the spectrum of disease is broad, with around 80 per cent of cases leading to a mild infection. There may also be many people carrying the disease and displaying no symptoms, which makes it even harder to control.
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PostSubject: Re: League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release)   League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release) - Page 6 EmptyMon May 25, 2020 10:49 pm

Still doesn't explain why it all but disappeared and never came back without a vaccine
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PostSubject: Re: League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release)   League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release) - Page 6 EmptyMon May 25, 2020 10:50 pm

Freathy wrote:
Still doesn't explain why it all but disappeared and never came back without a vaccine

3G
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PostSubject: Re: League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release)   League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release) - Page 6 EmptyTue May 26, 2020 6:12 am

Les Miserable wrote:
Freathy wrote:
Still doesn't explain why it all but disappeared and never came back without a vaccine

3G

lol very good.

Still dont know why you boys are still not celebrating promotion albeit to God knows what.

We're up the BBC and Sky Sports told us 2 weeks ago lol. chickendance
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PostSubject: Re: League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release)   League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release) - Page 6 EmptyTue May 26, 2020 6:43 am

Freathy wrote:
Still doesn't explain why it all but disappeared and never came back without a vaccine

The ‘R’ rate.

If it can be kept below 1 for an extended period of time, then the virus infects less and less people with every passing. The result of which is it dying out without need for a vaccine.
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Still not convinced COV-SARS-2 won't disappear before a vaccine is found.
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I am wondering just how many people have had the virus already.

The number of positives coming back from tests at PL clubs does indicate a fairly high level of asymptomatic cases.

If this has been reflected in the wider community, it could be that herd immunity is likely to be reached sooner than predicted.

It would be good if large numbers of antibody tests (which confirm you have had it but recovered) were carried out to confirm the true levels of infection.
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PostSubject: Re: League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release)   League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release) - Page 6 EmptySat May 30, 2020 11:13 am

Definite chance that vote on stopping League Two relegation will go in favour of the rebels. EFL want rule book stuck to. But could be 36 out of 71 will back no one to go down this season. And just one coming in from National League.
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TBH L2 clubs are being selfish and seem to be wanting everything their own way-no relegation but still get sides promoted.

If L1 vote for the same, I can see the EFL insisting the season is voided. Which may at least mean next season could start at the usual time, albeit with crowd restrictions.
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Grovehill wrote:
TBH L2 clubs are being selfish and seem to be wanting everything their own way-no relegation but still get sides promoted.

Agree, they'll be up in arms if L1 make the same demands, I just don't get it. scratch
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PostSubject: Re: League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release)   League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release) - Page 6 EmptySun May 31, 2020 12:43 pm

Without money coming from somewhere most clubs outside the Prem are finished, Shuffling the deck chairs on the Titanic springs to mind.
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PostSubject: Re: League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release)   League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release) - Page 6 EmptySun May 31, 2020 1:20 pm

Taken from a reliable source

Salford. Going to have a go next season. Keen on Sarcevic from Plymouth. Contract up. Move back to north west v playing in League One. Decisions decisions.
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Tgwu wrote:
Taken from a reliable source

Salford. Going to have a go next season. Keen on Sarcevic from Plymouth. Contract up. Move back to north west v playing in League One. Decisions decisions.

Sarcevic is a marque signing now? First time for everything I suppose.


More likely the ex Argyle scout Salford took on is very lazy.


Personally I think any lower league player turning down a Contract offer is taking a big risk.

I can also see any player who's contract is up at the end of June refusing to play should matches be scheduled for June or July. One badly timed tackle could see them unemployed for a year or more.
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Offer them pay if they play including any contract clauses like medical care for any games before the next season.

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Sarcevic is welcome to go back up north anytime he wants. He’s a decent first choice but not irreplaceable, another relic from the era of Brent expunged from the club.

He also fluffed that penalty at Bristol Roves which ultimately cost us a place in the third round of the FA Cup.
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Certainly not irreplaceable tbh he did have a good season but the season before unless stone & half overweight and couldn’t even run ..
Proberly just seeing what’s out there at the moment in this present climate and worse comes to worse he could always re-Sign
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Grovehill wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
Taken from a reliable source

Salford. Going to have a go next season. Keen on Sarcevic from Plymouth. Contract up. Move back to north west v playing in League One. Decisions decisions.

Sarcevic is a marque signing now? First time for everything I suppose.




I can also see any player who's contract is up at the end of June refusing to play should  matches be scheduled for June or July. One badly timed tackle could see them unemployed for a year or more.


BBC reporting that Charlton's top scorer Lyle Taylor is refusing to play if season is restarted as his contract ends at end of June
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PostSubject: Re: League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release)   League One For Argyle (*awaiting the press release) - Page 6 EmptyMon Jun 01, 2020 8:51 pm

Macclesfield Town

Quotes from twitter

Don’t know the full details of Macc but they’ve obviously had problems for a while now.
Looks like the EFL doing all they can to boot them out so they won’t have to relegate anyone from League 2.

Will be down to Independent Disciplinary Commission. And anything can happen there.

1) late payment of March wages
2) failing to act with ‘utmost good faith’ in respect of EFL matters
3) Breaching order, requirement, direction or instruction of the League

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Macclesfield Town can confirm that notification has been received from the English Football League, which charges the Club with further regulation breaches - all of which are relating to the payment of salaries due at the end of March 2020.

The Club are deeply surprised by these charges, as the Arbitration Panel at our last hearing adjudicated the following after close examination of all the relevant evidence -

"...the Commission should make it clear that it does not consider MTFC's tardiness (yet again) to pay the players' renumeration for March on time necessarily requires a further charge. Given it's reasoning and conclusions as above, it would require strong persuasion to impose a yet further points deduction for any such breach..."

Macclesfield Town will understandably be appealing these charges vehemently and will provide a further update in due course.
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Macclesfield are gone. Nailed on gone.
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stevenage my stay up after all if they are thrown out which still allow the conference to promote two
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Angry wrote:
stevenage my stay up after all if they are thrown out which still allow the conference to promote two

????????

Macc down or out leaves 1 vacancy ?
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