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25 Jan 2021 15:16:12
Ed I noticed you said about the league being shutdown, do you think this is something that could viably happen and is the reason we aren't bringing anyone in?

{Ed007's Note - It's certainly viable if CV cases continue to rise. We'll need to wait for the window to close to see if we haven't brought anyone in.}

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25 Jan 2021 16:45:44
The news today is good, numbers steadily coming down and the nicola advising the lockdown is working which is great don't see football stopping to be honest I just think we don't want to waste money as the season is pritty much over and a change of manager will come in the summer, rightly or wrongly I'll add.

{Ed007's Note - After this length of time I don't think anyone can confidently predict what's going to happen in the next couple of months. Just look what happened to their plans for Christmas.}

25 Jan 2021 16:58:25
I agree thoe Iam just pointing out football has not been stopped yet and numbers coming down due to lockdown i can realy see it being stopped and especial likely we will get to the end of February still playing by them 30 games played with vaxs on the way up they could suspend the game for the hole of march and still finish the season in april with 2 games a week, in other words we get football and the country gets well happy with that .

25 Jan 2021 17:03:32
Can for the couple of spelling errors I ment to say can't see it being stopped and vaxs on the way up 👍.

25 Jan 2021 17:08:36
The big problem (as if we haven't had enough of them) is over confidence because of the vax program - even though it will take several months to complete initial jabs for everyone (who wants it? ) .
There is still a risk of C.V. even up to three weeks after the first injection and some contradictory info on the most effective time for the second. Add to that the number of daily confirmed cases is still very high considering we have been 'locked-down; since Boxing Day and I really doubt anyone has a proper handle on this?
Both governments have also made serious errors of judgement in the past and by all accounts we are in a worse position than last year.

{Ed007's Note - That's what I'm saying, OAB, I don't think anyone has a proper handle on it and there's no point speculating and guessing about it. As we've seen since March last year there's no way of predicting what's going to happen in the coming months. The OP asked if it was viable that football could shutdown and of course it is while the virus is about and people are dying from it.}

25 Jan 2021 17:40:57
I do agree the numbers are still high but with lockdown in place and the numbers starting to go down it's looking very positive for football to go on and while ofcourse it will take many months for the vax to get sorted out remember the more weeks go by and the more vaccins come out even thoe it will take a while for everyone to get it the numbers will still fall.

25 Jan 2021 18:04:02
It will take a hell of a lot longer than a few months. If a vax program gave 50000 a day 7 days a week for a year that would be 4.2 million. that's only getting the first dose out and there's far more folk in Scotland than 4.2 million. there's no way they could manage 50000 a day 7 days a week. All the numbers and stats they put out regarding the vax program are totally bollocks. The maths far out weigh their projected pie in the sky figures.

25 Jan 2021 18:27:11
Pud sorry I must have miss typed my point is if it takes 5 month 3 month 10 month 1 year what iam saying is every passing week the vax is getting put out the numbers should fall with the lockdown in place which should see our football and people in a better place.

25 Jan 2021 19:37:13
What's vacuum cleaners got to do with any of this?

25 Jan 2021 19:37:17
Hi Ed, I agree. My thoughts are with Tim just now as I'm only 5 days out of hospital myself for C.V. Pneumonia, what I seen the hospital is everything is a trial and they seem to be getting a handle and an idea on different treatments. The vax is a hope but they honestly don't know what the end game is or how to control what's actually happening.

I've been lucky and on the road to recovery and Tim if you see this keep fighting the good fight, we need your stories 👍.

25 Jan 2021 20:31:27
The league will be played to completion unless there is a serious increase in C.V. cases way beyond what has been experienced before. The vax will help though particularly when herd immunity levels are reached.
I don’t believe fans will be back in stadia as they were before, maybe every second or third home game with a tv pass.

25 Jan 2021 20:35:37
Good news I hope your keeping well. Fingers crossed that Tim's on the mend. It usually takes about 4years of tests and trials for a vax being passed for use. I hope all that receive it do well. My gran got it but sadly passed 2 days later.

25 Jan 2021 20:51:24
I’m glad to read your on the road to recovery Ramsey. 👍
I hope Tim joins you soon.

25 Jan 2021 22:30:38
Can u how us how u worked out 50,000 vaxs per day for 365 days totals 4.2 million please?

25 Jan 2021 22:56:43
Ldon looking through the comments I don't think anyone said that, sorry I might be wrong. what was said that every vaxs that's done should start to bring down the numbers and make it safer week by week.

25 Jan 2021 22:59:04
Sorry ldon just seen that post bang or mate 👍.

26 Jan 2021 00:42:58
Around 100000 per week not by day sorry. Around 4.8 million.

26 Jan 2021 14:33:00
Cheers lads, definitely on the mend after not the best time of it but definitely on the road to recovery.
One thing that may sound daft was coming on the site and just reading thru your many opinions. Just hoping Tim is on the road too as it's not the nicest experience but definitely opened my eyes to how unforgiven C. V is.







 

 

 
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