Not very realistic with a limit of 30 in a ground, is it? Once you’ve got ref and assistants, you’re left with no more than 13 per team, including managers, physios, etc.So, presumably the FAW do not want to restart competitive football until spectators are allowed back into grounds?
We don't yet know what's going to happen regarding cross-border travel after the English lockdown has been lifted. Still hopeful that I can attend a game in England on the 5th, but won't be able to if we're not allowed to travel.Unless you are based in Wales of course where travel to England is banned without a reasonable excuse.
Some clubs are taking matters into their own hands with an unofficial league starting todayThe FAW Trust have mentioned that they dont think parks football - or football below T3 - will be allowed to start by the WG until a vaccine is out and available. The problem is that the 18-35 year old demographic will likely be the last group to get the vaccine.
Then that is great!No, each match is an individual, independent friendly registered and authorised by the local FA so covered by insurance and with a proper FAW referee, just like any ordinary PSF. It is just that the clubs have organised it so that they play these friendlies in a set pattern. I, like everyone, hope that the 'competition' never gets completed.
Each match has to be BCD however, though that is meaningless at Croesyceiliog and Caldicot, and almost meaningless at Abertillery Bluebirds and Goytre. Chepstow Town and Abergavenny are more enclosed. Today's three kick off times weren't publicised but all appear to have been before the expected 2pm.
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