WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
24%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
25%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
48%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



Block 1:17 Tue Dec 14
PL to Close it's doors, again?
Rumours flying around that the PL will once again play it's games behind closed doors.

42 confirmed cases from players and staff from various clubs.

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marty feldman 11:03 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
What's the Nancy boys excuse ? They put it out that they had 20 players out with covid before our league cup match . Total shite yet I've seen Norwich called out for far less . Happy new year to everyone on who .

Lee Trundle 10:49 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Excellent idea, eastend. That means the Premier League are unlikely to implement it, if it's a good idea.

Have injury depleted Newcastle actually said which of their players are out with covid?

Quite a few clubs have made a mockery of this covid rule, last season, and this.

eastend joker 10:43 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
teams who ask for games to be postponed because of covid should be banned from playing newly registered players signed after the date of the original game .

Gaffer58 10:36 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Who from the premiership authorities are checking on player availability, the clubs were told to use under 21/23 players to keep games on but I don’t think I can recall any playing yet.

New Jersey 8:27 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
I will be gutted if our game with Leeds is cancelled, got tickets and hoping to make a weekend of it, with hotel and train fares booked!!

dealcanvey 8:21 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Twokeftfeet

Saint Maxim got injured against Man U and since then they have claimed they can’t put a squad out..

Bit convenient that.

Teams are using this to their advantage. Hopefully comes back to bite them on the ass.

twoleftfeet 6:32 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Both my boys have covid, nothing worse than a very heavy cold or mild flu.

I see Newcastle have had another game postponed, crafty fuckers.

Russ of the BML 4:42 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
I think its quite clear now that this Omnicron is nothing more than a medium common cold. Time to move the fuck on.

Manuel 10:19 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Canvey - Agreed, surely the country has moved on from the closed doors nonsense now, to go back to that would be totally fucking awful and I don't think it will happen. There is more likelihood of all games being postponed than that happening, and I don't think that they will happen either. Simon.s needs to cheer up a little.

dealcanvey 10:09 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
No reason to put games behind closed doors. It won’t stop players from catching covid.

This variant is much more contagious but also much weaker.

I bet most players would not even know they have it without a test.

Just test players with symptoms.

Need to change tack now as this is getting ridiculous.

simon.s 9:48 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
You sense it may be coming.


It’s why I’m holding off getting a Leeds ticket just yet…..

pdbis 9:39 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Adding injuries and virus cases together means more games will be called off. Injuries are part of the game and reserves/youth players can/should be used.

Mike Oxsaw 8:40 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Good to see the football authorities manning up against this virus.

daveyg 3:48 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Leeshare
"A mate works for a global hotel chain, the government contacted the chain last week to inform them there will be a 90% chance of a lockdown starting January.

It needs to be at least 97% to be effective chap ;)

Leeshere 3:33 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Just passing in the info, take it or leave it.

Fifth Column 12:37 Fri Dec 31
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
That's right Leeshere, because "the government" frequently phone hotel owners to inform them of changes in the law before they're voted on in Parliament.

twoleftfeet 10:24 Thu Dec 30
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Leicester vs Norwich called off.

Manuel 6:32 Wed Dec 29
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Go to bed be you old crank.

Mike Oxsaw 6:31 Wed Dec 29
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
Yeah, turn it in.

Nobody (NOBODY) on WHO has such friends & relatives - that's why we are all (ALL) on here - NO exceptions.

Manuel 6:19 Wed Dec 29
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
My mate, my daughter, my nephews's friends cousin, my..

Turn it in, ffs.

Leeshere 5:38 Wed Dec 29
Re: PL to Close it's doors, again?
A mate works for a global hotel chain, the government contacted the chain last week to inform them there will be a 90% chance of a lockdown starting January.

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