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  1. Aye right … … … Have you seen what they have to do Clubs, players, coaches, match officials, league officials, volunteers, parents/carers, spectators and football facility providers should read our full guidelines, which are accessible below, in addition to the latest Government guidance on COVID-19. A return to competitive football should only happen once clubs and facility providers have completed the necessary risk assessments and comprehensive plans are in place. A summary of key points to consider from our guidelines are listed for ease below: • Everyone should self-assess for COVID-19 symptoms before every training session or match. If you are symptomatic or living in a household with possible or actual COVID-19 infection you must not participate or attend; • Clubs and facility providers should ensure that their facility is compliant with current Government legislation and guidance related to COVID-19; • Competitive training is now permitted, with groups limited to a maximum of 30 people, including coaches; • Competitive match play is permitted, with social distancing in place before and after the match, and in any breaks in play; • Players and officials should sanitise hands before and after a game as well as scheduled breaks throughout a game or training session; • Ball handling should be kept to a minimum with most contact via a boot and the ball disinfected in breaks of play; • Youth football coaches are encouraged to limit persistent close proximity of participants during match play and training; • Goal celebrations should be avoided; • Equipment should not be shared, and goalkeepers should ensure they disinfect their gloves regularly in breaks in training or matches and thoroughly afterwards. Where possible, coaches should only handle equipment in training; • Where possible, players, coaches and officials should arrive changed and shower at home. Use of changing and shower facilities must follow government advice on the use of indoor facilities; • Participants should follow best practice for travel including minimising use of public transport and walking or cycling if possible. People from a household or support bubble can travel together in a vehicle • Clubs should keep a record of attendees at a match or training session, including contact details, to support NHS Test and Trace; • Clubs should ensure they are affiliated with their County Football Association.
  2. No and neither does anyone else for that matter. As I say just look at what SPFL have been required to put in place regarding in respect of changing rooms …… not going to change anytime soon and no chance of being implemented in our grade
  3. Have you seen the hoops that the SPFL are having to jump through withe regards to changing facilities We ain’t starting anytime soon … … especially if a certain team continues to act like Billy Big Baws
  4. Only going to waste it for everyone else ……… if correct arseholes is to good a work for them
  5. Sorry don’t agree What about all the people he’s been in contact with since his return. Track and Trace is being flouted as the game changer if Bolingoli’s contacts are not traced and isolated why should anyone else adhere to the rules Or like Cummings is it one rule for them and another for the rest of us
  6. Think you’ll find that the Government hold all the cards here and will tell the SFA/SPFL what’s happening or games a bogey
  7. Think this is a Cummings moment for the Scottish Government If they do nothing people are just going to say if footballers don’t need to follow the rules why should I follow them Going to be an interesting day
  8. I stand corrected … … 5 may be Wales or Engeerland so many different rules easy to get confused 🤷‍♂️ Dressing rooms are going to be a big problem in our grade and one that will need to be addressed before we have any chance of playing again Most have the players sardined in on top of each other with no room to swing a cat
  9. Agree completely There is more chance of getting fans in than dressing rooms meeting the guidelines for players The guidelines at the moment are no more than 5 different households indoors even if they change that to 10 anytime soon how do clubs meet these guidelines??? Genuine question… … … surely the clubs know this, so does anyone know what their club is proposing to put in place to accommodate this. Because it they are not we ain’t going to be playing anytime soon
  10. Number of people that can meet indoors is a FACT Or are you saying a dressing room is somehow different and is NOT indoors
  11. Everyone wants football to start as soon as possible …… just think some people are over optimistic and not looking at the glaring practicalities of the situation at our grade I’m the one pointing out the dressing room criteria which come within the guidelines of meeting indoors and how many clubs could come anywhere meeting what is required. Think at the moment it is 5 different households so how does 20+ different households meet that guidelines And before you start it’s completely different from pubs to have that many people squeezed into a small space getting stripped to play a game of football As I say some (very few) might be able to implement the guidelines but the majority of clubs will not … … which is a big problem going forward
  12. Have you ever been to English Non League ground ?? Some of them would put our Championship ground to shame.
  13. So let’s be realistic here ……… how many clubs at out level have dressing rooms that will meet the criteria in the document that you posted As I said before I’ve been in dressing rooms throughout or leagues over the years and very few come anywhere near meeting these guidelines. Virus thrives (and infection rate Is rising) in poorly ventilated enclosed areas. So with 20+ people in dressing rooms explain to me how teams at our grade are going to meet the criteria as set out in the document The way things are going these guidelines are only going to get tougher in the coming weeks
  14. Yip and it mentions physical distancing,restricted numbers and testing …… keep clutching at straws 11 players + subs + management and physio = a minimum 20 all different households will never meet that criteria in a hundred years Also ( sure someone will be able to name them ) clubs rent park and facilities from local councils so they will have to follow the guidelines that the council put in place before they are allowed to use these changing rooms We all want to see our local teams back playing , but IMO there are going to be to many obstacles for the majority clubs (>60%) for it to be viable
  15. What are the restrictions?? Testing, Track and Trace, No Fans ???? What are the guidelines for this date and where are they ???? I’ll say it again, more than 60% of dressing rooms will not meet The arrangements that will need to be in place for this to happen Teams playing at the moment are getting changed in different stands !!! The infection rate is on the rise, I don’t see football at our level and probably league 2 starting or being viable anytime soon … … … sorry to say
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