The NFL have announced that 22,000 fans will be allowed into Raymond James Stadium for the Super Bowl. One third capacity at the standard 66,000 non expanded capacity. 7500 will be vaccinated health care workers which could be a brilliant idea if they are spaced out between the non vaccinated fans. I know there's no data on whether they can still transmit the virus but it's worth a go if they're protected.
Apparently UEFA have three options. Tournament behind closed doors, 20-30% and 50-100% so will probably be watching with interest.
WWE are said to be watching how things go with plans for 25,000 at Wrestlemania (again one third capacity as the stadium can hold 75,000 for 'special events')
Could we see something like this next season? 10,000 at PR with a proportion being set aside for the vaccinated?
January - Covid/"We need some help" February - Time to gel March - We still believe April - Season over. STs launched with the only marketing option left: 'The Young Ones' (or similar) promising our competitive advantage is now the academy May - Lambert sacked and ST deadline extended
How fans react at this point is crucial. If fans get bought off with a new manager and some renewed optimism then the cycle will just continue. Evans is the problem. Our decline has been virtually constant since he gambled with our club for a quick profit. His delusional 'strategies' clearly don't work and we can all see it while he continues to pretend otherwise.
How many people are willing to stop putting money into the club and make a stand? This isn't said with any glee so super fans can stand down. No one wants to harm the club in any way but we did nothing as we slid down the Championship. We have to do something now or we'll be seeing threads like this when we're in league two.
Good point Something to build on Did the basics Young team Gave me everything Injuries Tough league League table If Evans wants to sack me he can Dortmund I know pressure - Celtic Park reference We go again