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13 minutes ago, John Mead said:

I get that Older but which teams are they permitted to watch?

All? Had a great time at Saltash today and felt safe. Social distancing was organised and carried out by everybody very sensibly although the crowd was around about 50 people

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1 hour ago, John Mead said:

I get that Older but which teams are they permitted to watch?

Level 7 only at this time I believe, but you can play a team above your level at your ground with spectators. 

You cannot play a team above 7 at their ground with spectators...bonkers! 

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That is true but if something happens and you are an affiliated club then there could be repercussions I believe.

5 hours ago, Ronaldo said:

If a team plays on a public pitch ( playing field ) who can stop anyone watching 🤔

 

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35 minutes ago, baldy said:

So we have St Austell tweeting that all games at Poltair are strictly behind closed doors and Saltash having 50 spectators. Hmm ..

As previously mentioned, 2 sets of FA "rules" cause confusion! If Saltash SWPL team are playing at home it must be behind closed doors. Their enclosed ground is even named a stadium. Both Government and FA NLS regulations forbid spectators in August.

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3 hours ago, sportsman10 said:

Any reason blazey have now decided to play at parkway instead of at home ? Is it because it’s easier to stop people watching at parkway ? 

To reduce the amount of home friendlies at Blaise Park. 2nds home Friday night and 1st team on Saturday.

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3 hours ago, John Mead said:

As previously mentioned, 2 sets of FA "rules" cause confusion! If Saltash SWPL team are playing at home it must be behind closed doors. Their enclosed ground is even named a stadium. Both Government and FA NLS regulations forbid spectators in August.

Once again, the fa have no idea of local football set up !

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Boris said “ If you are playing a step 6 team away from home then stay at home, if you’re playing them at home then go to watch unless you are not coved registered then stay at home. Step 7 team at home, don’t stay at home, go to watch or away go to watch unless you want to stay at home cos we ain’t got a clue what’s going on!!! 🙄😷🤓

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7 hours ago, RAPPO said:

Boris said “ If you are playing a step 6 team away from home then stay at home, if you’re playing them at home then go to watch unless you are not coved registered then stay at home. Step 7 team at home, don’t stay at home, go to watch or away go to watch unless you want to stay at home cos we ain’t got a clue what’s going on!!! 🙄😷🤓

Just about sums it up Rappo.

16 hours ago, leedsunited said:

How does this work John, St.Blazey is in Cornwall .. 

But are all of their players living in Cornwall?

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On 02/08/2020 at 16:29, sportsman10 said:

Any reason blazey have now decided to play at parkway instead of at home ? Is it because it’s easier to stop people watching at parkway ? 

It’s virtually impossible to stop people watching at Parkway? It’s not an enclosed stadium ? You could probably get four or 500 people watching the game from ‘outside’the stadium if they wanted to. I’ll be there

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43 minutes ago, rocky170267 said:

It’s virtually impossible to stop people watching at Parkway? It’s not an enclosed stadium ? You could probably get four or 500 people watching the game from ‘outside’the stadium if they wanted to. I’ll be there

I agree can watch from the top of the feild maybe the real reason it was moved. No chance of stopping it. 

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Check licensing conditions very careful. On good authority councils are checking such. As before is it worth a few spectators in return for loss of licence.

Negates over riding health and welfare for all to avoid a further spike, if this happens forget 20/21 season

at the clubs peril at expense of all other clubs

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11 hours ago, Bongo said:

Check licensing conditions very careful. On good authority councils are checking such. As before is it worth a few spectators in return for loss of licence.

Negates over riding health and welfare for all to avoid a further spike, if this happens forget 20/21 season

at the clubs peril at expense of all other clubs

I've seen the pictures of what the beaches and coastal towns look like in Devon & Cornwall at the moment. The second wave and further lock down is on the way.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Way Of The Park said:

I've seen the pictures of what the beaches and coastal towns look like in Devon & Cornwall at the moment. The second wave and further lock down is on the way.

 

 

 

Can't see there being a complete lockdown the economy could never sustain it. I think it will be a case of protect the most vulnerable, and the rest be careful, not sure where that leaves grass roots sport.

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