EFL Statement
#61
Just to clarify, the £1/2 million revenue per game from fans will be lost if we play BCD.
Many, many additional costs would also be incurred. (Apart from the one's already mentioned).
Players wages are, heavily enhanced by appearance, selection, goals, etc and Furlough would be cancelled. These IMO are large numbers, that would substantially increase losses if games are played BCD.
Sadly IMO it's not about the actual football, it will be all about protecting the business for most clubs.
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#62
BREAKING: Two people at one Championship club have tested positive following the first round of the league's coronavirus testing.
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#63
(05-24-2020, 11:31 AM)Dumbo Wrote: BREAKING: Two people at one Championship club have tested positive following the first round of the league's coronavirus testing.

Wouldn't be at Hull by any chance? Smile

Personally, I just don't see the rush to complete. There is little chance of any spectators attending by August so the new season will be in a totally altered format anyway. Take an extra month or two and then if safe, complete the season. The only downside was the players contracts and that's pretty much out now anyway.
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#64
(05-24-2020, 01:19 PM)Tom Joad Wrote:
(05-24-2020, 11:31 AM)Dumbo Wrote: BREAKING: Two people at one Championship club have tested positive following the first round of the league's coronavirus testing.

Wouldn't be at Hull by any chance? Smile

Personally, I just don't see the rush to complete. There is little chance of any spectators attending by August so the new season will be in a totally altered format anyway. Take an extra month or two and then if safe, complete the season. The only downside was the players contracts and that's pretty much out now anyway.

Me too.
Football will start again, sooner or later.
Whenever that is, finish the season.
Everyone will have contract issues.
But it's the least worst solution IMO.
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