Get the guy who did the Penrith game to video it. We'd be sure of a 0-0 then.
Reminds me of the story Walshy told me of a reporter, all long time ago by the way.
Syd Ogilvie, Walshie's first chief reporter filed the result 2-2, Reds Reserves v South Shields in the 60s. Shields had won 3-2. He'd heard a cheer when he was coming back from toilet but didn't think it was a goal.
I do get it's very difficult to sort out a safe and responsible way to get crowds in. The daft bit is that under hospitality rules as I understand it, Reds could open the Hopper and Shankly bars during a game, and run an outdoor market in the car park, as long as no one could see the pitch !
There was a junior speedway event at Scunthorpe yesterday where a very limited number of spectators could buy tickets in advance only. Surely that should be allowed and the way forward. As a pilot to try it out, 100 ( season ? ) ticket holders paying a fiver in advance and service at the bar entrance ( nobody but staff inside ) would work ?
Run a car boot at the same time as a game. Park the cars behind the Derwent End fence. I went to a Car Boot on Sunday which had a least a 1000 people there with the only social distancing in place being a couple of bottles of hand sanitiser available.
Can’t see in the article any date when this would be effective from. Only mentions 1/10 which is a bit late, unless we are considered part of a test period. Can anyone shed any light on this ? The irony is that it seems to apply to level 3 and lower only which are all the leagues that were screwed over with the null and void ruling