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Re: Hull Fc players test positive for Covid Thu Aug 13, 2020 6:19 am  

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Egg Chasing wrote:
A valid point


He plays for Warrington. Their management don’t seem to have a moral compass like the rest of the league do.
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Re: Hull Fc players test positive for Covid Thu Aug 13, 2020 6:33 am  

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Willzay wrote:
Well, at least now the RFL/SL can lay down some strict ground rules for the players right? Like no going to pubs/bars/beaches etc, maybe look at isolation for hospital visits from now on.

The players need to act like it was still a lockdown (that never was) otherwise it’s going to keep on happening.


There has to be some common sense to the whole situation and I’m not just talking about in sport. Based on the supposed death rate, countless sportsmen should have died now who have contracted it. But they haven’t because they are fit and healthy.

Protect the vulnerable and get on with life. Nearly as many people died during this pandemic because of other effects of covid that actually died because of the actual disease.

If anyone is overweight you have had ample opportunity to lose weight since March and give yourself a better chance of beating this illness should you contract it. It’s not hard to lose weight. Eat less and move more. It’s really that simple. Obesity is a key risk factor for this disease. Unless you have an underlying health issue that makes it impossible to lose weight, you have no excuse for being overweight and putting yourself at risk. If you won’t lose weight for yourself, do it for your loved ones and stop being selfish. Do you really need that bacon and sausage butty on the way to work?

We can’t hide away for ever and we can’t expect sportsmen to lock themselves away for 24 hours a day either. They still need a life and as long as they don’t break any rules and stick to the guidelines I don’t have a problem with what they do
Years in existence and average attendance

Leigh Centurions - 100+ years / Circa 3k
Wakefield Wildcats - 100+ years / Circa 4k
Toronto Wolfpack - 3 years / 9k
Re: Hull Fc players test positive for Covid Thu Aug 13, 2020 6:44 am  

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Well, if they want the sport to continue, the players will need to make some short term sacrifices. Otherwise the league will keep stopping and starting.

Also, common sense is lacking in this country. Starting at the top.
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Re: Hull Fc players test positive for Covid Thu Aug 13, 2020 6:47 am  

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Willzay wrote:
Well, at least now the RFL/SL can lay down some strict ground rules for the players right? Like no going to pubs/bars/beaches etc, maybe look at isolation for hospital visits from now on.

The players need to act like it was still a lockdown (that never was) otherwise it’s going to keep on happening.
so called lock down has done you much good
Re: Hull Fc players test positive for Covid Thu Aug 13, 2020 6:48 am  

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Steph Curry wrote:
There has to be some common sense to the whole situation and I’m not just talking about in sport. Based on the supposed death rate, countless sportsmen should have died now who have contracted it. But they haven’t because they are fit and healthy.

Protect the vulnerable and get on with life. Nearly as many people died during this pandemic because of other effects of covid that actually died because of the actual disease.

If anyone is overweight you have had ample opportunity to lose weight since March and give yourself a better chance of beating this illness should you contract it. It’s not hard to lose weight. Eat less and move more. It’s really that simple. Obesity is a key risk factor for this disease. Unless you have an underlying health issue that makes it impossible to lose weight, you have no excuse for being overweight and putting yourself at risk. If you won’t lose weight for yourself, do it for your loved ones and stop being selfish. Do you really need that bacon and sausage butty on the way to work?

We can’t hide away for ever and we can’t expect sportsmen to lock themselves away for 24 hours a day either. They still need a life and as long as they don’t break any rules and stick to the guidelines I don’t have a problem with what they do
you started off so well and gone into some bazaar rant about obesity :lol:
Re: Hull Fc players test positive for Covid Thu Aug 13, 2020 7:05 am  

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On radio 4 this morning some RL guy was asked, why did Salford and Hull shake hands and hug at the end. Answer: 'I agree they should not have been doing that.;.

They'd been beating the hell out if each for 80 minutes immediately prior. If they can't' shake hands', why are they tackling? These people: FFS!
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Re: Hull Fc players test positive for Covid Thu Aug 13, 2020 7:08 am  

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On radio 4 this morning some RL guy was asked, why did Salford and Hull shake hands and hug at the end. Answer: 'I agree they should not have been doing that.;.

They'd been beating the hell out if each for 80 minutes immediately prior. If they can't' shake hands', why are they tackling? These people: FFS!

I'd of been more concerned if they was kissing each other
Re: Hull Fc players test positive for Covid Thu Aug 13, 2020 7:08 am  

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Shock horror, a Hull FC player thought it was acceptable to turn up to training having been to a hospital and displaying Covid symptoms. Completely avoidable given that player should have been nowhere near any FC member of staff for two weeks. They should be sacked and Hull FC should be fined. Harsh but if you want to reduce the chances of this happening again then it needs to be done.
Re: Hull Fc players test positive for Covid Thu Aug 13, 2020 7:29 am  

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snowie wrote:
I'd of been more concerned if they was kissing each other


That's soccer players. :o
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Re: Hull Fc players test positive for Covid Thu Aug 13, 2020 8:32 am  

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JTCFJG wrote:
On radio 4 this morning some RL guy was asked, why did Salford and Hull shake hands and hug at the end. Answer: 'I agree they should not have been doing that.;.

They'd been beating the hell out if each for 80 minutes immediately prior. If they can't' shake hands', why are they tackling? These people: FFS!


Makes me laugh how they have gotten rid of the handshakes in football, but then they all hug at corners and free kicks.
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