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Tier 5?

By Yogi30/12/2020 13:17Wed Dec 30 13:17:07 2020

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Heard about the possibility of a new 'Tier 5' been introduced with tougher restrictions than now.
If it does come in I wonder if professional sport will be stopped like it was back in April/May?
It could make yesterday's win even more vital than it was already.

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Re: Tier 5?

By Hitchin Callling30/12/2020 14:20Wed Dec 30 14:20:52 2020In response to Tier 5?Top of thread

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would not surprise me if only Premier Lg allowed to continue.Loads of games being called off in EFL downwards.
If league was abandoned now is it too early for PPG to kick in.Is there anything cut number of games in EFL rules ?

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Re: Tier 5?

By BasingstokeBoro30/12/2020 14:47Wed Dec 30 14:47:32 2020In response to Re: Tier 5?Top of thread

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Not sure on the rules.

If stopped now, would we be safe? I think we would still be bottom two? Saturday's game Vs Scunthorpe even more important then.

However, League won't stop. everyone will be vaccinated in the next few weeks and 2020 will soon be forgotten :-)

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Re: Tier 5?

By Themessiah30/12/2020 15:14Wed Dec 30 15:14:07 2020In response to Re: Tier 5?Top of thread

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Apparently tier 5 won't be bought in just yet, I heard about there being a 2 week break but the Premier league have said no so the efl will probably say the same thing anyway I have heard rumours that the efl are investigating every single team that have called games off due to covid and have said any team that didn't stick to the rules will be severely punished

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Re: Tier 5?

By Hitchin Callling30/12/2020 16:19Wed Dec 30 16:19:20 2020In response to Re: Tier 5?Top of thread

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But what are the rules ?. Could be the way its reported but seems s some teams have games called off just postive test butothers have more but still play eg us earlier in season. Is it up to the team if to play or is FA permission needed ?

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Re: Tier 5?

By Specky (Mike H)30/12/2020 18:44Wed Dec 30 18:44:26 2020In response to Re: Tier 5?Top of thread

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I would have thought that it should come from the government regs/guidelines down to the EFL, and then down to the clubs to implement them.......but who knows in these crazy times.

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Re: Tier 5?

By Themessiah30/12/2020 19:52Wed Dec 30 19:52:57 2020In response to Re: Tier 5?Top of thread

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Efl doing mass testing starting next week

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Re: Tier 5?

By Bragbury10630/12/2020 21:37Wed Dec 30 21:37:35 2020In response to Re: Tier 5?Top of thread

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that must be for drugs.

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By FootyIQ (HT-FT)30/12/2020 15:10Wed Dec 30 15:10:03 2020In response to Re: Tier 5?Top of thread

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I can’t wait to be 3rd bottom and let PPG kick in for integrity sake

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