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Southend for season ticket holders

By Borojim1/12/2020 16:03Tue Dec 1 16:03:54 2020

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I can’t open the link from the club about what too do to gain entry.

It will not be as easy as just turning up with our ST. ?

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By Balders (BALDOCKBORO)1/12/2020 16:17Tue Dec 1 16:17:47 2020In response to Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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No food or drink stalls open.

You can bring your own subject to usual ground rules. (alcohol, glass and cans banned?)

Cold snacks and drinks sold by roving sellers in Main and North Stand.

Wear a mask unless eating/drinking.

Sanitise on entry.

Follow the arrows

Sit/stand where your ST says you should.

Exit considerately.

Don't be a twat.

Think that covers it.

Edited by BALDOCKBORO at 16:18:17 on 1st December 2020
Edited by BALDOCKBORO at 16:19:03 on 1st December 2020

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By Danny-da-Bass ([email protected])1/12/2020 20:28Tue Dec 1 20:28:01 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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Is a small BBQ allowed?

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By Chet Manley (Paulio)1/12/2020 20:44Tue Dec 1 20:44:04 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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Must be off ground. So probably best to bring a paving slab to put it on.

No parking in the upper field.

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By Chuds1/12/2020 20:37Tue Dec 1 20:37:33 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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I'm setting my picnic blanket up on the grass by the corner flag.

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By Hitchin Callling1/12/2020 16:30Tue Dec 1 16:30:32 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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No 1 may cover it but bar not open as well.

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By Chuds1/12/2020 16:20Tue Dec 1 16:20:35 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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Was going so well until that last point.

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By Balders (BALDOCKBORO)1/12/2020 18:37Tue Dec 1 18:37:31 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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Anyone that fucks about and risks the safety certificate being rescinded should get a socially distanced shoeing.

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By SFCfox1/12/2020 19:01Tue Dec 1 19:01:18 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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I'm going to run on the pitch without a mask on.

It's that new 5G mast by JHN you have to really worry about.

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By Chuds1/12/2020 18:55Tue Dec 1 18:55:30 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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By planning a massive football match amongst fans to spread Covid before then spreading it further within the ground, almost like a breeding ground, you mean?

;).

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By Sev1/12/2020 19:14Tue Dec 1 19:14:49 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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Of all the things allowed and not allowed etc that is the only one I don't understand.

Firstly there is no benefit to anyone from it, it's not helping the economy or enabling people to work or doing anything you can"t do in a gym/on your own.

Secondly it involves at least 22 people all from different households, areas etc spending 2 hours in close proximity perspiring, spitting, breathing all over each other...

So you've got high risk and no benefit. Makes no sense. I get other things being allowed because you weigh the risk with the benefits etc. And thing being restricted to limit exposure etc.

Is it really permitted?

Edited by Sev at 19:16:17 on 1st December 2020

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By Sev1/12/2020 19:24Tue Dec 1 19:24:32 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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Ok so I've done some reading:

"A kickabout in the park, street or beach is not allowed, but casual players can book pitches to play with friends at venues like Goals and Powerleague, as they operate under the FA's Covid secure guidance.

So you can play five-a-side, seven-a-side and 11-aside casual games, as long as you book a pitch at a venue which operates under the FA guidelines."

I wonder if Shephallbury Park qualifies?

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By RockyBottom1/12/2020 20:11Tue Dec 1 20:11:29 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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I work for Power Play. We are back in all areas not tier 3 from tomorrow.

I think most venues will ask you to prove you are a FA recognised team/ play in one of their affiliated leagues and provide a risk assessment.

Edited by RockyBottom at 20:12:46 on 1st December 2020
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By Freemo1/12/2020 19:24Tue Dec 1 19:24:16 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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Supposedly the players are actually further apart most of the time than you would be sat at separate tables in a restaurant or whatever. They should cap the number of players allowed in the box for set pieces for lols.

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By Chet Manley (Paulio)1/12/2020 20:47Tue Dec 1 20:47:10 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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Marking at 2m distances.

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By AndyC1/12/2020 22:24Tue Dec 1 22:24:02 2020In response to Re: Southend for season ticket holdersTop of thread

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That's just the premier league isn't it?

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