What date will we be back watching live football at SJP Thread.

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Surely it can't be that hard to implement a limited capacity and restrict ticket sales to season ticket holders or fans that are on the clubs ticket database as of a set date, say 23 March 2020. That way home fans could be allowed back into restricted capacity stadiums.

I do not see how attending a night at the palladium, or other indoor venue, is seen as safer than attending a stadium for a sporting event.
 

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Surely it can't be that hard to implement a limited capacity and restrict ticket sales to season ticket holders or fans that are on the clubs ticket database as of a set date, say 23 March 2020. That way home fans could be allowed back into restricted capacity stadiums.

I do not see how attending a night at the palladium, or other indoor venue, is seen as safer than attending a stadium for a sporting event.
You, me and a good few million other people
 

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I have to keep checking that I am not libing in some cheeese eating induced dream/nightmare because some of the things happening at the moment are just beyond credibility!
 

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It's ok Simon Jupp is on the case, raising the issue of fans not being allowed in....to Exeter Chiefs.
To be fair to him I think Sandy Park is in his constituency but I will be fuming if rugby is treated as a special case in this.
 

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It's ok Simon Jupp is on the case, raising the issue of fans not being allowed in....to Exeter Chiefs.
To be fair to him I think Sandy Park is in his constituency but I will be fuming if rugby is treated as a special case in this.
How could it possibly be?
 

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It wouldn't be, The non-fans in stadiums is not sport by sport, It is a ban on the whole "Outdoor Arena" sport, So in other words if A ban is lifted it won't be certain sports stadiums it would be the whole lot.
There was a crowd at Twickenham today was there not? A very small crowd but a crowd nonetheless.
 
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