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'Patience wearing thin' with football after continued breaches of rules and protocols

By Yogi12/1 11:59Tue Jan 12 11:59:55 2021

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/www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55615893


Article from the BBC.


Not looking great for football.

On one hand Football provides entertainment for lots of people staying home and abiding by the rules, on the other if some Footballers abuse their privileged position then the Government will stop it. The pictures of the groups of fans, they are just idiots.

Stevenage might need to stop the pre-match huddle.

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By Specky (Mike H)12/1 13:51Tue Jan 12 13:51:17 2021In response to 'Patience wearing thin' with football after continued breaches of rules and protocolsTop of thread

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Stevenage might need to stop the pre-match huddle

And stop having walls at free kicks.........

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By Hitchin Callling12/1 15:58Tue Jan 12 15:58:44 2021In response to Re: 'Patience wearing thin' with football after continued breaches of rules and protocolsTop of thread

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Warning-Do not do what Grimsby did .At least £13,000 out of pocket plus a suspended fine hanging over them -

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55605876

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By Bragbury10612/1 16:51Tue Jan 12 16:51:52 2021In response to Re: 'Patience wearing thin' with football after continued breaches of rules and protocolsTop of thread

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all the clubs in the E.F.L could do with out stupid fines given out, there skint anyway.may be the fine should go
the nearest hospital not to the E.F.L who waste millions every season.

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By Yogi12/1 19:32Tue Jan 12 19:32:23 2021In response to Re: 'Patience wearing thin' with football after continued breaches of rules and protocolsTop of thread

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Any fines handed out are to the by the police to the individual not the club. Nothing to do with the EFL

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By Freemo12/1 20:40Tue Jan 12 20:40:20 2021In response to Re: 'Patience wearing thin' with football after continued breaches of rules and protocolsTop of thread

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The £13k fine to the club is from the EFL.

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By AndyC12/1 23:23Tue Jan 12 23:23:30 2021In response to Re: 'Patience wearing thin' with football after continued breaches of rules and protocolsTop of thread

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And the £13k is only the costs for the investigation and expenses of the 3 teams involved in the cancelled games. The arbitrary part is the £5k which is suspended

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By Specky (Mike H)12/1 16:13Tue Jan 12 16:13:15 2021In response to Re: 'Patience wearing thin' with football after continued breaches of rules and protocolsTop of thread

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That must be at least a 6-10 point decduction :))

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By BasingstokeBoro12/1 12:59Tue Jan 12 12:59:55 2021In response to 'Patience wearing thin' with football after continued breaches of rules and protocolsTop of thread

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Finish the season. Final table based on PPG, probably put us 18th (ish)

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