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The SFA have still to give the go-ahead for training. It wasn't the Scottish Government who paused the training, it was the SFA. After the SG statement yesterday, the SFA said they would issue guidelines today which would be effective from Monday. That announcement has yet to appear today, I would expect that it's imminent.
Think alot of folk waiting by the minute for this statement
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Guidance released for leisure centres states changing room facilities will still be closed. So not sure how closer we are actually going to be to getting games on at this stage.

Semi pro clubs with their own facilities, possibly they might allow you to access changing rooms but only so many people allowed in at the one time? Think that's what they are doing in the professional game.

In any case, we should know more soon.

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8 minutes ago, cmontheloknow said:

Any fans will be into games in SPFL, not us. Any teams playing friendlies will be in ther SPFL, not us.

Just guesses but let's wait and see.

Probably the Highland & Lowland as well since they're all licensed and fall under the professional game board. So should have enough in place to cover the initial regulations put in place.

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12 minutes ago, gogsy said:

"Further meetings are scheduled for tiers 5 and 6 of the Scottish football pyramid early next week."

Have they forgotten about tier 7 ?

Sounds to me like tiers 5 & 6 are not back to normal from Monday

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5 minutes ago, Nikos K said:

Sounds to me like tiers 5 & 6 are not back to normal from Monday

Training wise it all seems fine. They can only wrangle so many reps for conference calls at any one time, and the different league bodies are going to have different types of questions. I'm maybe being an optimist in thinking they've just ran out of time to do it all this week.

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Some leagues down South are saying 'home' players turn up changed - away team have both changing rooms, socially distanced. The 30 number was used by the FA, must have been a loophole to include family members - that's why clubs got hammered with crowds of 100+ turning up. Quite a bit of cleaning work to be done by clubs to meet newest FA guidelines,hope volunteers turn up !

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Checked the SWPL  website, clubs have done the risk assessments prior to training and playing, all looks basic cleaning, signage, one way systems along with pub style arrangements for the clubhouses. Think the majority of clubs have returned the forms, ahead of a busy September fixture list. Worth checking the leagues website for covid19 latest.

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See the East Region SJFA secretary publically asking clubs to stop announcing friendlies. EoS did this last week or so too. Anything from WoS on that?
Yes, the WoSFL clubs were all asked by email on 11th August to refrain from advertising friendly matches.
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