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JM7 last won the day on October 3 2018

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  1. All the top clubs are re-considering their transfers budget due to Coronavirus (via @FabrizioRomano Seems a knock on effect.
  2. Am I right in thinking that the PL can’t carry on into July because they’ve all agreed that end of June is the cut off? Also, we would have to fit in with the rest of Europe. We could carry on our season in August etc because CL, EL begin around that time.
  3. Discussions about a quarantined camp to finish off the games. Could work I guess https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/coronavirus-premier-league-isolated-camps-remaining-fixtures-dates-suspension-latest-a9432961.html?jwsource=cl
  4. Government just said that social distancing could last for upto 3 months. Direct from the government: “Paul Brand from ITV News asks Dr Harries if current measures in place will continue beyond three weeks. She points out the UK has only had one week of the measure and that the prime minister said the situation would be "reviewed" after the three weeks. But she adds it would be "quite dangerous" to then revert to normal life. "If we stop then all of our efforts will be wasted," she adds. She says that measures may be reduced gradually over time. Dr Harries says it might be two or three months before we see the longer-term impact, and about three to six months before to see "at which point we can actually get back to normal". "And it is plausible it could go further than that", she adds” Very difficult to see the premier league resuming in June/July if there are rules still apply. Footballers won’t want to play either. They are employees remember
  5. If you subscribe to Chelsea FC on you tube, they have a load videos and memorable matches on there.
  6. I think we have to accept that a new stadium is never gonna happen. It’s too complicated and expensive. You never how things go - esp with the downturn in economy. Having a new stadium may not be that necessary.
  7. Yeah the difficulty will be when players start moving about again across countries. Who knows what they’ll pick up and transfer.
  8. I’ve been enjoying watching old matches. Quite fun. How about this one? Painful memories! Chelsea v Barcelona 2009
  9. I saw one comment on twitter which I thought was interesting. It said that people’s view on whether the season should be cancelled or not depends on whether their team is having a good season or not. It’s a tribal argument essentially.
  10. ITV showing Euro 96 tournament in May. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/international/itv-euro-96-full-watch-england-germany-gazza-three-lions-coronavirus-a9430491.html%3famp
  11. Oh dear, sounds awful. What happened?
  12. At what point does the government/FA say it is safe to resume football? When infections/death start to Consistently reduce? Surely if you allow things to open too quickly then you risk spreading it again.
  13. Doesn’t surprise me we’re in lockdown. The pictures of people shopping, large crowds are ridiculous. Still, it’s a joke that Sports Direct are staying open. That really is awful. Horrible owner.
  14. You wonder what is happening about transfers. No doubt the clubs and agents are talking and discussing about potential deals. Medicals won’t be allowed to be done which means transfers can’t be complete. I guess once things are back to normal, deals can be done in a short time anyway. Clubs jus prolong things.

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