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8 hours ago, javeajag said:

UEFA have confirmed that the European Super Cup on the 24th September will have fans at 30% stadium capacity 

So 30% at firhill maybe .....

So effectively corporate sponsors going with how UEFA distribute tickets

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2 hours ago, Lenziejag said:

Presumably there was a reason it was rejected. Do the BBC know or are they just not telling ?

Because ultra cautious Sturgeon doesn’t like people enjoying themselves .

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15 minutes ago, Big Col said:

Because ultra cautious Sturgeon doesn’t like people enjoying themselves .

Yet they are allowing fans at a rugby match on Friday night. Probably be allowed beer as well :thinking:

 

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On 8/21/2020 at 3:36 PM, policemans whistle said:

I think I heard 15% of capacity going up to 30% if all goes well at the first grade

In recent years, we might actually have struggled to achieve 30% capacity under normal conditions.

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On 8/26/2020 at 8:54 PM, Big Col said:

Because ultra cautious Sturgeon doesn’t like people enjoying themselves .

This didn’t last well .....three pilot games with fans on sept 12 ....

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5 hours ago, javeajag said:

This didn’t last well .....three pilot games with fans on sept 12 ....

Glad she’s taking my advice and seen sense.

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2 hours ago, Big Col said:

Glad she’s taking my advice and seen sense.

Tbh I think she’s taking more qualified advice and Scotland will have fans at games before England .....she’s playing a blinder 

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2 minutes ago, javeajag said:

Tbh I think she’s taking more qualified advice and Scotland will have fans at games before England .....she’s playing a blinder 

As someone commented on Radio Scotland this morning. She doesn't need to do that well, just better than Boris. Which isn't difficult.

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1 hour ago, javeajag said:

Tbh I think she’s taking more qualified advice and Scotland will have fans at games before England .....she’s playing a blinder 

Fans at Chelsea game today

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2 hours ago, javeajag said:

Tbh I think she’s taking more qualified advice and Scotland will have fans at games before England .....she’s playing a blinder 

A ‘blinder’ goes a bit far mate

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2 hours ago, scotty said:

As someone commented on Radio Scotland this morning. She doesn't need to do that well, just better than Boris. Which isn't difficult.

This. Let no-one be uncertain on this point.

All UK politicians have not been at their best before & during Covid. We have been a shambles with late lockdown, shit testing strategy, care home exposure etc.

Yet some folk claim SNP have played a blinder?! Yes they communicated more clearly than Boris, but they too have been blind to actions that would have saved lives.

Yes saved actual lives and family hurt. 

A blinder @javeajag ? No mate 

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44 minutes ago, sandy said:

This. Let no-one be uncertain on this point.

All UK politicians have not been at their best before & during Covid. We have been a shambles with late lockdown, shit testing strategy, care home exposure etc.

Yet some folk claim SNP have played a blinder?! Yes they communicated more clearly than Boris, but they too have been blind to actions that would have saved lives.

Yes saved actual lives and family hurt. 

A blinder @javeajag ? No mate 

Deaths from suicide in the UK this month exceeded those from or with COVID, with the sidelining of mental health counseling (and cancer screening, heart screening, and people going to GP), and with furlough ending  and the financial crisis that is hammering on the doors, the bigger crisis is yet to come. The governments have ignored almost everything else to concentrate on one threat with unknown impact severity.  

It’s like telling drivers there is an issue with car lights, telling you to avoid driving at night and have converted all the MOT stations and kwik -fits to headlight shops, what’s happening now are cars are crashing due to worn tyres and faulty brakes, but the slightest defect on headlights is being detected.

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4 hours ago, javeajag said:

Tbh I think she’s taking more qualified advice and Scotland will have fans at games before England .....she’s playing a blinder 

If you firmly believe that such accolades can be given with a straight face in this global mess then you have been a bit hasty in bestowing it to the FM.

If you're looking for a PM who has, as you say, played a blinder then look to someone like Jacinda Ardern in NZ. 

However in the absolute shambles that has been the UK and its lamentable response to this virus, Nicola Sturgeon has just been the most competent looking of a sad decrepit bunch  of UK politicians - no need for a special award. 

 

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12 minutes ago, policemans whistle said:

Please take your politics somewhere else. This is a football forum

That's a given PW, but return to football stadiums will be decided by democratically elected members - hence its up for debate. 

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13 hours ago, javeajag said:

This didn’t last well .....three pilot games with fans on sept 12 ....

Although, watching sport scene it looks like Hamilton had a test event today. 

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1 hour ago, Norgethistle said:

Deaths from suicide in the UK this month exceeded those from or with COVID, with the sidelining of mental health counseling (and cancer screening, heart screening, and people going to GP), and with furlough ending  and the financial crisis that is hammering on the doors, the bigger crisis is yet to come. The governments have ignored almost everything else to concentrate on one threat with unknown impact severity.  

It’s like telling drivers there is an issue with car lights, telling you to avoid driving at night and have converted all the MOT stations and kwik -fits to headlight shops, what’s happening now are cars are crashing due to worn tyres and faulty brakes, but the slightest defect on headlights is being detected.

I think this is the case around the world, not just the U.K. Not saying that this has been the right strategy - but who knows what the death toll would have been if other procedures had continued.

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38 minutes ago, Lenziejag said:

I think this is the case around the world, not just the U.K. Not saying that this has been the right strategy - but who knows what the death toll would have been if other procedures had continued.

It’s not in Scandinavia. Ops, screening  and counseling etc carried on as normal

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