On the BIRMINGHAMlive site
"The government could rule today that football matches will be played behind closed doors for the foreseeable future."
GynnSquarePhoenix wrote:How long before people starting eating their pets?That would be an improvement in diet in Lancashire 😂
tangerinejezza wrote:Confirmed case in Blackpool.Hero??
Qblock2019 wrote:Hero??Possibly! He lives in a care home 🤣
Qblock2019 wrote:Hero??He was saying he was ill the other week.
tangerinejezza wrote:Confirmed case in Blackpool.
That's it. We're fucked.
Hero wrote:I’m in London and I haven’t got time for coronavius, there’s far too many birds to bang down here and they love a Lancastrian.You’re confusing the birds with the rent boys again😮
Hero wrote:I’m in London and I haven’t got time for coronavius, there’s far too many birds to bang down here and they love a Lancastrian.
That’s something OIAH would have said
Van-Baston wrote:It's spreading like wild fire here in Wrexham fuck it's so badJust read that it spreads faster in areas with high "intra-family relations".
In light of today’s announcement by the UK Government, EFL matches will continue to take place as normal while the guidance from the relevant authorities remains that there is no medical rationale to close or cancel sporting events at this time.
The EFL, however, will continue to work with Government and relevant stakeholders to further develop contingency plans to ensure the League is best placed to act as and when any potential restrictions may come into force.
Immediately following the announcement by the Prime Minister, EFL Chair Rick Parry held discussions with the FA and Premier League and agreed on a consistent approach ahead of this weekend’s round of fixtures. Matters will be further discussed at a meeting called by European Football’s Governing body, UEFA, on Tuesday 17 March.
The League will continue to liaise with the Government regarding ongoing developments and will continue to work with Clubs to ensure players, staff and supporters are updated and appraised accordingly.
These matters are, of course, subject to change and we will update as appropriate.
Premier League games set to be suspended for 4 weeks. Looks like the Sunderland game is back in doubt too.
EFL will be suspending all games. More info over at @TheAthleticUK shortly.— Simon Hughes (@Simon_Hughes__) March 13, 2020
GynnSquarePhoenix wrote:How long before people starting eating their pets?Not touching our pussy
sudds green wrote:Not touching our pussyWhat about your lasses😮
sudds green wrote:Might try tasting the dogDon’t be so disrespectful to your lass😮