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A home for all Match Day threads for the 2019/20 season

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    • That's my prevailing thought process too, Billy. It doesn't help that we're discussing this around the one thing we know has more money flowing through it than most things that catch our attention. Losing football clubs would be tragic but we're talking about businesses who, even in the rungs of the ladder that Peterborough operate in, can at a push spend over £1m on a single transfer fee. How does that garner the sympathy that leads to governments allowing them their people back at their stadiums?
    • I think if it wanted to, the government could find the money to carry on paying furlough and the self employed scheme so that we could lockdown to save lives whilst keeping businesses afloat. They always find money to fight wars and this virus is a far bigger threat to many of us than a few Afghanis in the mountains or Sadam Hussein’s empty threats. The government has to do the right thing and protect all of its people.  
    • I mean if he wants to kick Ramirez again, I won't stop him... 🤷‍♂️
    • If he had done it to Gaston the year after i would have probably shook his hands. There was one game where the application of Gaston was utterly awful. Reminded me of Yakubu v Wigan when he wanted a move to Everton.
    • It's absolutely dreadful that the most significant economy-first party in our country can't deliver a meaningful way to defend the economy whilst protecting those who pretty unanimously voted them in just over a year ago. You'd think this was their territory to fight in and they're failing miserably.
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