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Some of the Premier League clubs are streaming their games in Cinemas. The Irony that a Cinema screen can host 200 fans indoors watching the game when we aren’t allowed any fans in an outdoor stadium
Were doomed, doomed I tell ya
They are uneducated in football, if it were a business I can see why this tactic is used, but this isn’t a standard business. All they have done is put us back 20 years, needlessly.
They could have sold and then left it up to the new owners what was for sale and the price for it. They basically loved being in charge of a football club even though they were and are totally out of their depth. Horrible fookers
What a guy, also Reece James and the rest too
Exactly, when we were being offered £15m for the lot at the beginning, instead of shaking their hands they thought it was much better for the club to sell everythng first. But of course, their bill would have been £150k back then instead of the £1.5m it is now.
This is blatently obvioulsy the most currupt and dodgy event in recent footballing history, if not ever.
I would not be surprised if it turned out to be totally illegal what they have done, I also won’t be surpripised when the EFL don’t apologise for not investigating before dishing out punishments.
So the owners put us into administration even though we are asset rich and have no creditors…. because they wanted out
Shows also that home advantage only exists when the crowd is there. Not sure about this week, but up to last week there were only about 4 home wins out if 30 ganes
Half season tickets will probably be the best we can hope for.
Football is going to be different, some clubs may not survive unless there are bail outs provided, and that’ll really activate the likes if Bury.
Would love to know what watching the games is going to be like? Are we to pay for them or what? That’s assuming they will all be televised.
Sorry didn’t see horc… 10101