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The B-Ark / Re: Boston v Brackley tomorrow - OFF
« Last post by Burgh Boy on Today at 10:33:40 PM »
Cancel the season.  It should never have started.  Let's get this bloody disease under control, and have proper football with fans in attendance.
100% agree. This season has been a stop-start-will we play-won't we play-Darlington fiasco mess! How can regional non-league football clubs survive without the fans? Re-start the season or start a new one when the fans are permitted which may be sooner than later anyhow. :police:
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The B-Ark / Re: Boston v Brackley tomorrow - OFF
« Last post by Pete B on Today at 05:12:21 PM »
Not much will change in 2 weeks Covid wise.

It's not about Covid (directly). The clubs want the league to spend more time over their decision regarding the loans, in a hope that we may somehow get them converted back to grants.

Yeah, exactly right - the situation with Covid won't have changed substantially in two weeks (although thanks to lockdown numbers are slowly trending the right way, but not by much). Not sure what we expect the National League to achieve in a fortnight though, especially given their recent track record! I'd never love to be more wrong though.
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The B-Ark / Re: Boston v Brackley tomorrow - OFF
« Last post by Dipdodah on Today at 01:38:06 PM »
 Cancel the season.  It should never have started.  Let's get this bloody disease under control, and have proper football with fans in attendance.
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The B-Ark / Re: Boston v Brackley tomorrow - OFF
« Last post by Pilgrim86 on Today at 01:22:24 PM »
Not much will change in 2 weeks Covid wise.

It's not about Covid (directly). The clubs want the league to spend more time over their decision regarding the loans, in a hope that we may somehow get them converted back to grants.
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The B-Ark / Re: Prediction League - Boston United vs Brackley Town
« Last post by Ken Fox on Today at 01:19:02 PM »
And the season is suspended for two weeks and Saturday's fixtures postponed. So this one is off. I'll revive if and when it is rescheduled. :(
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The B-Ark / Re: Boston v Brackley tomorrow - OFF
« Last post by Lee Newell on Today at 01:06:46 PM »
Not sure how this will end now. Not much will change in 2 weeks Covid wise.

Maybe they are hoping that grants will come forward in 2 weeks? If grants come forward then carry on, if they don't then most clubs will reject loans and season over or further suspend season until fans back in late spring?

2 weeks surely not long enough for clubs to do furlough for staff though?
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The B-Ark / Boston v Brackley tomorrow - OFF
« Last post by Pete B on Today at 12:45:12 PM »
Season suspended for two weeks.
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The B-Ark / Re: Prediction League - Boston United vs Brackley Town
« Last post by rob.1987 on Today at 11:44:05 AM »
BUFC 2-0 BTFC
20th minute goal
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The B-Ark / Re: Season cancelled?
« Last post by Ed Kandii on Today at 10:36:33 AM »
A four to six week suspension sounds like a reasonable option as not many games will go ahead during that time period anyway. Players and staff furloughed to ease the financial pressure on clubs, and by the time it restarted a large number of our fans should be vaccinated. The jury is still out on the vaccine passport though, as its too early to assess the effect the jab has on transmission.
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The B-Ark / Re: Season cancelled?
« Last post by Mad Dog on Today at 10:12:35 AM »
  12 Clubs wanting immediate end to season  https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55751438
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