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  1. Are folk really going mental over a week indoors? I'm not seeing that across any media. What I'm seeing is most folk sticking to the guidance, albeit with some dafties determined to do otherwise.
  2. I'd say it would be closer to 100%. The types of idiots who would actually go are the same types of idiots who would be sharing videos of it and checking in on Facebook etc. There would be loads of evidence. Plus how would bars get stock?
  3. Why is it boring to not drink alcohol? Have you looked at the Open University website? Here's a link to their free online courses; https://www.open.edu/openlearn/free-courses/full-catalogue
  4. Pars: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/supporttheparsfund
  5. A loss isn't necessarily cheating though. Maybe in some cases, but not all. If a club can't go up due to a loss then Dundee United, Inverness, Dundee, Dunfermline and Partick Thistle* can't be promoted this season (maybe others; would need to check). Raith and Falkirk can't go up. Maybe others. *Yes, I know
  6. Americans thinking that a 'cup' is in any way an acceptable unit of measurement.
  7. No, that doesn't prove they can, at least not whilst a season is in progress. They were new rules for a new governing body, rules that all clubs signed up to. No club have signed up to rules being change whilst a season is in progress, without a meeting and without voting on it. The SPFL don't have the power or authority to just change rules themselves, and then tell the clubs they have to accept them, whenever they want. As if often said, the SPFL are the clubs, so why would multiple clubs vote themselves a points deduction?! So your hope that Dundee United will be deducted points won't happen.
  8. But the new rules were made because two governing bodies merged. Previously they each had their own ways of dealing with things. Who/what is merging now?
  9. I'll be sparing no thoughts for rich jobber clubs in England. If the league is called as it is then it doesn't matter if a club is relegated due to goal difference. They probably shouldn't have been so shit to be in a bottom 3 place if they wanted to avoid relegation, be it now or when the season was originally due to end.
  10. Why would he need to do that. He and/or his agent have almost certainly been talking to clubs since probably January. Doubt he needs to rush things or take a chance as he'll have plenty of offers once things start back up.
  11. I don't think so. The SPL and SFL seemed to just do it on a case by case basis.
  12. Yes, when the SPFL formed they drew us rules around administration. Not sure about liquidation.
  13. You could say the same about Dundee United though, that their American oweners are covering their losses. Same with Cove and their owners.
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