|The long term effects on football. 12:14 - Apr 10 with 565 views||longlostjack|
I wonder what the impact of this virus is going to be on football. I can’t see packed stadiums anytime soon. How many clubs will go bankrupt? Will it create a more level playing field by taking a lot of the money out of the game? Thoughts?
Edit: Apologies. Just seen a similar thread from Centrestandswan
[Post edited 10 Apr 2020 12:22]
|The long term effects on football. on 21:41 - Apr 10 with 488 views||TNT|
Our regular 3500 shall turn up come hell or high water, mwsh, as you well know. The rest can do as they … wish.
Our away support will be as good as it has been in my 44 years of following us, awesome every time.
That won't change.
It's what every other fkr does that determines our future.
|The long term effects on football. on 21:54 - Apr 10 with 478 views||Dr_Winston|
I suspect that when lockdown lifts, things that rely on mass attendance will see a huge boost as people will be so glad to get out of the house they won't be able to resist. Pubs, cinemas, restaurants, sporting events.
Before then, teams dependent upon matchday income will find it very tough. Some may not survive.
|Pain or damage don't end the world. Or despair, or f*cking beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back. |
|The long term effects on football. on 11:16 - Apr 12 with 377 views||sainthelens|
Just read that Spurs may offload Kane to Manure for 200 million.
Great reading that for clubs struggling cos of the situation right now.
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