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Dark times for the sport. Can only see it contracting, as most clubs won’t be able to attract new investment.

No point 2 or 3 clubs being healthy, when there’s no one to play against.

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ComeOnYouUll wrote:
Hard to plan for the final home games and half season memberships though with the incompetent idiots running the country with seemingly no plan and comflicting policies.

Full houses allowed for the Wimbledon finals in a couple of weeks but we can only have six thousand in at the KCOM. I'm guessing a few government ministers will be enjoying corporate facilities at the All England Club.


Are those the Wimbledon finals which are part of the government's Event Research Programme?
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Dave K. wrote:
One positive is the news of renewed contracts.

If Pearson wasnt prepared to put money in or wasnt thinking of packing it in, I'm sure we wouldn't be resigning Satae and Connor.


That's a very good point.

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Contracts will be null and void if everything goes pear shaped.
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Dave K. wrote:
One positive is the news of renewed contracts.

If Pearson wasnt prepared to put money in or wasnt thinking of packing it in, I'm sure we wouldn't be resigning Satae and Connor.


Maybe giving it one more year?
Then see what happens?

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ccs wrote:
Are those the Wimbledon finals which are part of the government's Event Research Programme?


They can call it what they like but the point still stands.

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ComeOnYouUll wrote:
They can call it what they like but the point still stands.

Maybe this will enlighten you....

https://www.gov.uk/government/publicati ... -programme

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If they can make the decision to allow 60,000 in to Wembley at the Euro semis and final, just to avoid having it taken away, then the least they could do, is allow RL in mid season to join the 'experiment' with 50/60% capacity.

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If they can make the decision to allow 60,000 in to Wembley at the Euro semis and final, just to avoid having it taken away, then the least they could do, is allow RL in mid season to join the 'experiment' with 50/60% capacity.


In fairness they are letting the Challenge Cup Final have 45k as a 'test' but I do agree its a very inconsistent approach with suspicions that sports the wealthy like are getting priority.

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In fairness they are letting the Challenge Cup Final have 45k as a 'test' but I do agree its a very inconsistent approach with suspicions that sports the wealthy like are getting priority.


True, however seems odd that Wembley will be staging the three Euros semi finals and finals @ 60,000 in the two weeks leading up to Challenge Cup Final Test Event if 45,000?

Better than where we we here a few weeks ago, but you’d think they would have set that match to 60,000 too
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