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The tier draw...

By MJNB25/11/2020 20:27Wed Nov 25 20:27:07 2020

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“And the first team into tier 2 is........ Nuneaton”


Regions will find out which tier they are in tomorrow.

Spectators can attend elite sport in tier 1 & 2, but not 3.

Adult grassroots teams & players may be told not to travel in/out of tier 3 areas.

Fans will also likely be advised not to travel in/out of tier 3 areas.

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Re: The tier draw...

By almost average 225/11/2020 21:20Wed Nov 25 21:20:35 2020In response to The tier draw...Top of thread

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Newcastle was in tier 3 yet 80/90 boro fans obtained tickets travelled and gained entry with no problems . We even stood talking to the police before kick off .

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Re: The tier draw...

By MJNB25/11/2020 21:44Wed Nov 25 21:44:07 2020In response to Re: The tier draw...Top of thread

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Newcastle went into tier 2 in the week of our game, not tier 3.

Hence their town centre pubs being open for just beers, not beer and food/totally closed.

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Re: The tier draw...

By almost average 226/11/2020 06:26Thu Nov 26 06:26:00 2020In response to Re: The tier draw...Top of thread

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Don't think anyone's really sure what the situation is going to be . This weeks announcement was really all about elite sport and gave very little concrete information on our level .It would be strange if clubs at our level in tier 3 areas we're allowed crowds , but a lot the government does makes little sense so you never know .

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Re: The tier draw...

By VS Town (VS Boro)26/11/2020 09:19Thu Nov 26 09:19:34 2020In response to Re: The tier draw...Top of thread

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I read the actual report, and I would say area levels and games being played in front of spectators apply at our level.

The key (iirc) was the wording “when fixtures resume after the lockdown” (or something like that).... the key being resume as elite have not stopped


I will dig it out later.

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Tier 3

By VS Town (VS Boro)26/11/2020 11:18Thu Nov 26 11:18:54 2020In response to Re: The tier draw...Top of thread

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Been sent a screen dump BUT cant access my self

https://www.gov.uk/find-coronavirus-local-restrictions

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Re: Tier 3

By VS Town (VS Boro)26/11/2020 11:42Thu Nov 26 11:42:01 2020In response to Tier 3Top of thread

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there should be no public attendance at spectator sport or indoor performances and large business events should not be taking place. Elite sport events may continue to take place without spectators



you can continue to travel to venues or amenities which are open, but should aim to reduce the number of journeys you make where possible

Edited by VS Boro at 11:42:42 on 26th November 2020

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Re: Tier 3

By Jebbs26/11/2020 11:49Thu Nov 26 11:49:16 2020In response to Re: Tier 3Top of thread

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Is the St Ives game going a head?

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Re: Tier 3

By Dougie826/11/2020 12:05Thu Nov 26 12:05:49 2020In response to Re: Tier 3Top of thread

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We can travel to away games in tiers 1 and 2 but cannot attend home games. That is how I see it reads. Boro won’t play with no crowd. Get no income from away games. The Marlow game is for prize money so travelling for that is ok as will all trophy games without crowds. Can’t see league restarting.

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Re: Tier 3

By MJNB26/11/2020 12:09Thu Nov 26 12:09:11 2020In response to Re: Tier 3Top of thread

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Really logical to leave a high risk area and take that to a lower risk area.

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Re: Tier 3

By Dougie826/11/2020 13:01Thu Nov 26 13:01:22 2020In response to Re: Tier 3Top of thread

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Did not say I agree with the rules I don’t but that is how it is.

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Re: Tier 3

By VS Town (VS Boro)26/11/2020 12:11Thu Nov 26 12:11:59 2020In response to Re: Tier 3Top of thread

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My thoughts exactly.

The rules are to prevent making worse in level-3, but okay to spread in level-2.

My own view is going to an outside venue is okay, but going for a meal or any other social indoor event is not.

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Cambridgeshire

By VS Town (VS Boro)26/11/2020 11:56Thu Nov 26 11:56:09 2020In response to Re: Tier 3Top of thread

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I very much doubt it.

From what I can gather, most areas in 3.

HOWEVER - Cambridgeshire NOT in this list

West Midlands

Birmingham and Black Country
Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent
Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull
East Midlands

Derby and Derbyshire
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire
Leicester and Leicestershire
Lincolnshire

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By VS Town (VS Boro)26/11/2020 11:58Thu Nov 26 11:58:46 2020In response to Cambridgeshire Top of thread

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So I guess (if boro agree) the game will go ahead AND I THINK we can travel to it.

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By VS Town (VS Boro)26/11/2020 12:00Thu Nov 26 12:00:22 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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Tier 3 rules........

you can continue to travel to venues or amenities which are open, but should aim to reduce the number of journeys you make where possible

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By Jebbs26/11/2020 12:02Thu Nov 26 12:02:08 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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A chance that next Saturdays game could go a head then if I'm reading that right
With Boro fans allowed too.

Fingers crossed

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By MJNB26/11/2020 12:11Thu Nov 26 12:11:16 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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Whilst I, you and others want to see live football, it really does seem odd that you can leave your high risk area to go somewhere lower risk to watch a game.

Surely, that increases chance of infection spreading and that tier 2 area becoming tier 3 too?

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By VS Town (VS Boro)26/11/2020 12:04Thu Nov 26 12:04:28 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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The way I read it also.

I think ALL boro games could go ahead, but only with spectators at away games that are not in level 3.

I would not be surprised if clubs in tier 3 don't play games.

Edited by VS Boro at 12:05:00 on 26th November 2020

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By Dougie826/11/2020 12:06Thu Nov 26 12:06:45 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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You are spot on

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By almost average 226/11/2020 13:44Thu Nov 26 13:44:19 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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The way it reads you shouldn't travel from a tier 3 area without a good reason . So in effect home & away are both out if you live local .

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By VS Town (VS Boro)26/11/2020 13:58Thu Nov 26 13:58:40 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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From government own site......
[Quote]you can continue to travel to venues or amenities which are open, but should aim to reduce the number of journeys you make where possible

Personally I think this is wrong.
It would be far simpler to lock down areas totally (other than travel to work).

WRT to football (well at Boro level), is going to stand outside going to be "dangerous".
As someone who has not been out and not had visitors for ages its very tempting to go (perhaps against my better judgment).

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By almost average 226/11/2020 14:17Thu Nov 26 14:17:45 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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There will be nothing to physically stop someone travelling . The only questions are will they let you in when you get there and are you happy doing it .

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By VS Town (VS Boro)26/11/2020 14:39Thu Nov 26 14:39:20 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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I must admit, since this crap started I have never felt 100% comfortable at games and have tried to keep my distance from everyone. I have tried to wear a mask (I was only one doing so at work until became rule), but glasses steam up.

I am torn - I really am. Hence I would rather NOT to have to make a decision.
I would travel alone, and keep my distance. Not going out and/or having visitors is driving me mad (I am not even working now)

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Glasses, masks and steaming up

By Unnamed Sauce26/11/2020 21:55Thu Nov 26 21:55:20 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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Wash specs in mild solution of warm water and washing up liquid. Leave to air dry. Worn over the mask in normal way they do not then mist over. This really works. I do it to a spare pair and swap specs before putting mask on.

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Re: Glasses, masks and steaming up

By Wotnostrikers27/11/2020 07:09Fri Nov 27 07:09:31 2020In response to Glasses, masks and steaming upTop of thread

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Thanks for that tip..

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By stone ragma26/11/2020 15:46Thu Nov 26 15:46:23 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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I’m the same, don’t entirely feel comfortable at games either and try to keep distance and wear a mask

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Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)

By almost average 226/11/2020 14:58Thu Nov 26 14:58:17 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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Even though you shouldn't i'm sure plenty of people will be doing things they shouldn't . A lot will depend on the attitude of the home clubs . I probably won't try but i'm not 100% on that unless they say 100% don't do it then i won't .

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Some leagues paused

By MJNB27/11/2020 12:30Fri Nov 27 12:30:03 2020In response to Re: Cambridgeshire (Tier 2)Top of thread

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quite a few leagues with tier 3 sides in them, with limited financial support, have halted their leagues until December 18th/19th

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Re: Some leagues paused

By mark-nbfc27/11/2020 17:51Fri Nov 27 17:51:27 2020In response to Some leagues pausedTop of thread

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https://twitter.com/Ollie_Bayliss/status/1332311171765055491?s=09

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https://youtu.be/Bwk38srACrA

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Re: Some leagues paused

By Dougie827/11/2020 13:14Fri Nov 27 13:14:00 2020In response to Some leagues pausedTop of thread

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Hopefully the Southern League will do the same. No saying things will change by Dec 19. Once we play we have to pay players. We will be back in lockdown again by January.

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Re: Some leagues paused

By almost average 227/11/2020 13:27Fri Nov 27 13:27:18 2020In response to Re: Some leagues pausedTop of thread

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There's a sort of split in our league with the Midlands teams not able to have fans but the Eastern based teams allowed fans . It really is difficult to see how clubs like Boro can play on with no fans or income without running up debts very quickly .

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Re: Some leagues paused

By stone ragma27/11/2020 13:50Fri Nov 27 13:50:33 2020In response to Re: Some leagues pausedTop of thread

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Can’t see the Midlands teams either wanting to or be able to play without fans

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Re: Some leagues paused

By MJNB27/11/2020 14:45Fri Nov 27 14:45:48 2020In response to Re: Some leagues pausedTop of thread

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I'd honestly just cancel all football (without testing/sufficient funding) until the vaccine has done it's job.

It's become, and will become more, of a shambles has this season

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Re: Some leagues paused

By Dougie827/11/2020 22:14Fri Nov 27 22:14:50 2020In response to Re: Some leagues pausedTop of thread

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Agree 100%.
Let's hopefully all start afresh next season. Things will be better by then. Boris said so.

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