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Re: Pre season training

Postby cassellswasmagic » Thu Jul 23, 2020 7:12 pm

Dan wrote:There’s your problem. We’ve already seen many examples of complete lack of intelligence in supermarkets and at Leeds & Liverpool.

I wonder how many of us would have celebrated in similar fashion if the Stags got promoted into the premier league? I’d say a lot. Such a massive occasion. Whether anyone agrees or not, it was going to happen.
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Re: Pre season training

Postby Sedgwick » Thu Jul 23, 2020 7:20 pm

cassellswasmagic wrote:
Dan wrote:There’s your problem. We’ve already seen many examples of complete lack of intelligence in supermarkets and at Leeds & Liverpool.

I wonder how many of us would have celebrated in similar fashion if the Stags got promoted into the premier league? I’d say a lot. Such a massive occasion. Whether anyone agrees or not, it was going to happen.


Its actually been proven large outdoor crowds are less likely to spread covid.... its why there was zero spike in cases after the protests or people on beaches.

Stadiums hopefully are outdoor enough to have less of an affect
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Re: Pre season training

Postby Chrisuknottm » Fri Jul 24, 2020 6:34 am

Sedgwick wrote:
cassellswasmagic wrote:
Dan wrote:There’s your problem. We’ve already seen many examples of complete lack of intelligence in supermarkets and at Leeds & Liverpool.

I wonder how many of us would have celebrated in similar fashion if the Stags got promoted into the premier league? I’d say a lot. Such a massive occasion. Whether anyone agrees or not, it was going to happen.


Its actually been proven large outdoor crowds are less likely to spread covid.... its why there was zero spike in cases after the protests or people on beaches.

Stadiums hopefully are outdoor enough to have less of an affect


Shhhhh Sedge you'll get burned at the stake for telling the unpalatable truth about zero spikes following all those events that were going to bring society and the NHS crashing down.
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Re: Pre season training

Postby bellwhiff » Fri Jul 24, 2020 8:09 am

Sedgwick wrote:
cassellswasmagic wrote:
Dan wrote:There’s your problem. We’ve already seen many examples of complete lack of intelligence in supermarkets and at Leeds & Liverpool.

I wonder how many of us would have celebrated in similar fashion if the Stags got promoted into the premier league? I’d say a lot. Such a massive occasion. Whether anyone agrees or not, it was going to happen.


Its actually been proven large outdoor crowds are less likely to spread covid.... its why there was zero spike in cases after the protests or people on beaches.

Stadiums hopefully are outdoor enough to have less of an affect


Yet the government is being hanged by allowing the Cheltenham Festival. I honestly don’t know the truth of the effect of crowds but you can’t have it both ways

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Re: Pre season training

Postby Sedgwick » Fri Jul 24, 2020 9:00 am

bellwhiff wrote:
Sedgwick wrote:
cassellswasmagic wrote:
Dan wrote:There’s your problem. We’ve already seen many examples of complete lack of intelligence in supermarkets and at Leeds & Liverpool.

I wonder how many of us would have celebrated in similar fashion if the Stags got promoted into the premier league? I’d say a lot. Such a massive occasion. Whether anyone agrees or not, it was going to happen.


Its actually been proven large outdoor crowds are less likely to spread covid.... its why there was zero spike in cases after the protests or people on beaches.

Stadiums hopefully are outdoor enough to have less of an affect


Yet the government is being hanged by allowing the Cheltenham Festival. I honestly don’t know the truth of the effect of crowds but you can’t have it both ways

Just saying


I suspect the difference between 10k at a protest or on a beach is that over half a million were in Cheltenham for the races from all over the country and Europe. I lived there 4 years, the amount of people that come and stay in town and just sit in the pubs all day without attending the actual races is staggering.
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Re: Pre season training

Postby cassellswasmagic » Fri Jul 24, 2020 10:20 am

Actually Stateside scientists have proven stadium crowds are at Level 9, the worst place to catch SARS-CoV2. Cheltenham was a disaster and many families lost loved ones directly after going to that race meet.
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Re: Pre season training

Postby The One » Fri Jul 24, 2020 10:31 am

cassellswasmagic wrote:Actually Stateside scientists have proven stadium crowds are at Level 9, the worst place to catch SARS-CoV2. Cheltenham was a disaster and many families lost loved ones directly after going to that race meet.


Also Liverpool v Athletico ? It was rampant in Liverpool.
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Re: Pre season training

Postby arsene wengers coat » Fri Jul 24, 2020 1:28 pm

Cooke was there, which is good news.

He's got a decision to make. Either not try, take his wages and get released into obscurity when he leaves.

Or,

Get fit, adapt his game, climb the manager's pecking order and become our No.1.

He's good enough, it's his choice.
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Re: Pre season training

Postby Parkinsons Perm » Fri Jul 24, 2020 1:41 pm

arsene wengers coat wrote:Cooke was there, which is good news.

He's got a decision to make. Either not try, take his wages and get released into obscurity when he leaves.

Or,

Get fit, adapt his game, climb the manager's pecking order and become our No.1.

He's good enough, it's his choice.


I don't think at 63 years of age Robbie is going to be able to run never mind adapt his game.

Hes quite happy with obscurity when i spoke to him last
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