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6 minutes ago, Barrington Womble said:

Catering staff at Everton were given notice yesterday that they they'll be back full time in November. Dunno if the PL know something the rest of us don't. 

They must be allowing 25% of fans back in and they are catering for each fans different personalities as well. 

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31 minutes ago, Barrington Womble said:

Catering staff at Everton were given notice yesterday that they they'll be back full time in November. Dunno if the PL know something the rest of us don't. 

Maybe they're just letting mayor Joe into games.

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Nah, that story cant be true, only the redshite furloughed staff.

 

The Government have extended the furlough scheme to the end of October so make your own decision about the announcement.

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12 hours ago, manwiththestick said:

Perhaps we need to update the thread title to Corona virus could prevent Everton from winning the Premier League title.

 

There's genuinely worried talk from a couple of blues I know. 4 games in.


Ha. Given the random start and fixture congestion for us & Citeh etc, I could see  another random season when a complete randomer challenges & with no Europe & Ancelotti, they are probably best placed.

 

Still, they’ll be back in their box in 10 days time...

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13 hours ago, Barrington Womble said:

Catering staff at Everton were given notice yesterday that they they'll be back full time in November. Dunno if the PL know something the rest of us don't. 

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Ukraine forced to name 45 year old retired keeper coach as sub ahead of the international friendly against France.

 

Fucking wake up FIFA and UEFA! No internationals for the rest of the year at least!

 

Ukraine have been forced to turn to their assistant head coach in a bid to solve their goalkeeping crisis ahead of their friendly against France.

Andriy Shevchenko has been left with just one fit shot-stopper in the form of Dynamo Kiev's Georgiy Bushchan, after three others all tested positive for Covid-19.

As a result, 45-year-old Oleksandr Shovkovskiy, who last played for his country in 2012, is set to take his place on the bench to face the world champions.

Confirming the news in a statement on their official website, the country's football association said: 'Due to the fact that there is only one healthy goalkeeper left in the national team of Ukraine, the coaching staff of the blue-yellows decided to include in the application for a friendly game with France the assistant head coach Oleksandr Shovkovskiy

Note that the UEFA regulations allow to include in the list of participants of the match, including players who do not have a professional contract with any club, but are citizens of the country represented by the team.'

The statement went on to confirm that they do not intend for Shovkovskiy, who retired from the game in 2016, to take to the pitch, saying he will only do so should Bushchan record a positive coronavirus test, or get injured during the match.

The results of the most recent round of testing for Ukraine players are expected by 2pm. 

The decision comes after two of the three goalkeepers selected for national team duty tested positive for the virus earlier this week. 

Real Madrid back-up keeper Andriy Lunin and FC Oleksandriya Yuriy Pankiv both contracted it, alongside the team chef. 

First-choice keeper Andriy Pyatov was not named in Shevchenko's squad having already contracted the virus. 

Shovkovskiy played 92 times for his country between 1994 and 2012, having a starring role in Ukraine's run to the World Cup quarter-finals in 2006. 

He retired in 2016, having made 645 appearances for Dynamo Kiev, lifting the Ukranian title on 14 occasions with the capital outfit.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-8814339/Ukraine-set-assistant-coach-Oleksandr-Shovkovskiy-BENCH-France-friendly.html

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There's new talk a new national lockdown might only be days away. I wonder if the leagues are going to be suspended again especially if a lot of players return from internationals with positive results?

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So Nabby just tested positive with various other international teammates. Absolute fucking stupidity from UEFA and FIFA to play these games. 

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35 minutes ago, dockers_strike said:

Hmmm. With Starmer calling for a national lockdown again, you wonder how long it could be before the football is suspended again.

 Null and void after we get beat in the Derby. People are dying. Nothing without fans, etc etc etc

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19 minutes ago, Barrington Womble said:

apparently the club will be opening the lounges again on match day, food, drink and the curtains closed so you can't see the game and have to watch on the telly. 

That's worse than not going. 

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26 minutes ago, Jedd Drudge said:

That's worse than not going. 

yeah, but they'll make a killing as loads of regular pubs that don't do food can't open. i am assuming it still needs to be people from the same household. 

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48 minutes ago, Barrington Womble said:

apparently the club will be opening the lounges again on match day, food, drink and the curtains closed so you can't see the game and have to watch on the telly. 

If they do it for the European games, they could charge anything they like just so we can avoid having to listen to McManaman.

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