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No crowds at any first round FA Cup game

By stone ragma26/10 19:09Mon Oct 26 19:09:01 2020

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FA have decided no fans will be allowed at any 1st round tie irrespective of whatever level the club are at

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By almost average 226/10 20:40Mon Oct 26 20:40:20 2020In response to No crowds at any first round FA Cup gameTop of thread

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So with no prize money for losers at this round . No split of the crowd and no replay crowd dividend many sides will face a long away trip to face sides they will probably lose to and it will cost them money for the privilege .

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Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup game

By CockandBear27/10 07:35Tue Oct 27 07:35:01 2020In response to Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup gameTop of thread

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F A announced last night that losing teams in 1st Round would receive £5657 and in 2nd Round £8500.

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Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup game

By almost average 227/10 17:31Tue Oct 27 17:31:54 2020In response to Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup gameTop of thread

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They have taken 25% off the winning clubs money to fund it .

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Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup game

By CockandBear27/10 07:43Tue Oct 27 07:43:58 2020In response to Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup gameTop of thread

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F A announced ,unlike the Qualifying Rounds, teams will not automatically forfeit their place in next round if a game cannot be re scheduled and played within 2 days. The professional Game Board will be making the decision.

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Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup game

By boropod (BoroughPod)27/10 17:05Tue Oct 27 17:05:30 2020In response to Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup gameTop of thread

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oh God! that will cause a little bit of controversy here and there.

worst forum poster ever

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Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup game

By almost average 227/10 17:31Tue Oct 27 17:31:01 2020In response to Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup gameTop of thread

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My guess is it's to keep the sponsors happy . No way would they want to have to kick out one of the big clubs .

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Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup game

By Wotnostrikers26/10 21:47Mon Oct 26 21:47:02 2020In response to Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup gameTop of thread

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Watching the cup tie on BT tonight having no supporters present might just save a few lives because the social distancing at these non league grounds is a joke and a disgrace.

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Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup game

By bert's dad26/10 22:53Mon Oct 26 22:53:18 2020In response to Re: No crowds at any first round FA Cup gameTop of thread

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You are wrong. Our defence plays as far away from the ball as they possibly can 🤩

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