I think East Fife were right to refuse to play.Thursday 6?
There is no benefit to East Fife in the game never being played (nor loss) - so they cannot be calculating that
The relegation play-off position should be decided on the field on Saturday
Certainly if the Sons win, one would expect Clyde to be the team in that position, and three points against East would not then help them
I think East Fife were right to refuse to play.
Their manager said that several of their players partners are pregnant and they didn’t want to be on the same pitch as people who have been in contact with someone who has had a positive result.
Also the players could have ended up self isolating which wouldn’t go down well with their employers.
Clyde players would have been tested on Saturday after their game so I don’t know how it took that long to be announced.
That's good. Cowden are lucky to have two grandstands and a large terracing area - probably the best placed club to admit fans in Leagues One and Two. You can also make folk use the Chapel Street gates to keep them away from the Players / Officials area.With Fife moving into level 1 yesterday Cowden announced last night that they are hopeful of getting up to 1000 into games next season.
Social distancing will be in place and an advance payment scheme may be in operation.
Given our average gates there should be more than enough room for everyone.
Don’t know what the exact set up will be.That's good. Cowden are lucky to have two grandstands and a large terracing area - probably the best placed club to admit fans in Leagues One and Two. You can also make folk use the Chapel Street gates to keep them away from the Players / Officials area.
Stirling might if they open the two terraces. Falkirk, if they use all 3 stands. Other than that in leagues 1 and 2, probably 500-700 tops, unless the rules change.Don’t know what the exact set up will be.
Going by the closed door games I can see the new stand being for subs etc in the red zone and the rest an amber one for directors etc.
Maybe room for a small amount of fans.
As you say a ground many have a go at but it’s layout might work in our favour.
Lots of others will struggle Albion Rovers and Edinburgh City are the first to come to mind in L2.
Can’t really think of anyone who would maybe be allowed the 1000.
I was at Stirling reporting on our game in December.Stirling might if they open the two terraces. Falkirk, if they use all 3 stands. Other than that in leagues 1 and 2, probably 500-700 tops, unless the rules change.
So you can reach Level 0 restrictions, but that means there are still some restrictions.
Excuse my understanding of the English language but I thought ZERO was also the same as NONE.
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