200,000 daily tests + track & trace, League One season can be safely completed in June/July
Posted by: Crazylegs Cranebird (IP Logged)
Date: 22 May, 2020 06:21

With ~100,000 daily tests already, and 200,000+ daily + track & trace coming in very soon, League One season can be safely completed in June/July.
with footballers going back to work.
+ watched/supported using the perfectly fine i-follow, by supporters desperate to see their teams in action.

There should be no excuses. Let Coventry and Rotherham win their promotions properly and Wimbledon, Rochdale, MK Dons, Accrington - or Tranmere Rovers - earn their safety properly, rather than cowardly trying to sneak over the line by completely unfair default

Parry has said completing the season is the 1st choice - so sort it pal.



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Re: 200,000 daily tests + track & trace, League One season can be safely completed in June/July
Posted by: Bored rover (IP Logged)
Date: 22 May, 2020 09:16

And what about contracts that expire on June 30th

Re: 200,000 daily tests + track & trace, League One season can be safely completed in June/July
Posted by: ming05 (IP Logged)
Date: 22 May, 2020 10:06

And you believe the government on these reports of what number of tests and the roll out of track and trace timelines.

Re: 200,000 daily tests + track & trace, League One season can be safely completed in June/July
Posted by: Tranman (IP Logged)
Date: 22 May, 2020 10:46

Quote:
Crazylegs Cranebird
With ~100,000 daily tests already, and 200,000+ daily + track & trace coming in very soon, League One season can be safely completed in June/July.
with footballers going back to work.
+ watched/supported using the perfectly fine i-follow, by supporters desperate to see their teams in action.

There should be no excuses. Let Coventry and Rotherham win their promotions properly and Wimbledon, Rochdale, MK Dons, Accrington - or Tranmere Rovers - earn their safety properly, rather than cowardly trying to sneak over the line by completely unfair default

Parry has said completing the season is the 1st choice - so sort it pal.

My post suggests that it would be financial suicide to finish the season and the majority of the clubs should not allow themselves to be bullied by the wealthier clubs such as Sunderland, Ipswich and Portsmouth.

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