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How will this all end?

By supahoops712/4 08:28Sun Apr 12 08:28:42 2020

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To anyone on here who is ultimately suffering from this virus and/or is in
the front line of our fight against it, my sincere thoughts are with you.
Football is not even a sideline to what is currently taking place globally.
To keep a bit of chat going on here, I wondered though what anyone thinks
will happen to the game at our level, below and above?
Apart from the squabbling amongst the premier, championship clubs, the
PFA, FA and the EFL, does anyone think that football will ever return to the
format that we have been used to for so many years?
There are so many factors to consider. Loss of income, contracted players,
Bi-weekly gate receipts, Sponsors, Chairmen, boards, supporters no longer
able to support clubs financially, unpaid rent, loans. The list is endless.
I am surprised that we haven't yet heard of a raft of clubs folding or going
into administration. This is merely football I'm talking about, let alone the
wider population and their essential livelihood. How will it end?
Stay well, stay safe, support the NHS.

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Re: How will this all end?

By Olde School Ks (OldSchoolKs)12/4 10:38Sun Apr 12 10:38:22 2020In response to How will this all end?Top of thread

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A plea for hope and clarification but these wont be coming any time soon.
Ifs so sad in this fast moving situation but certain things are becoming clearer but it doesnt make good news.
Football clubs along with many shops and businesses will go under while others become stronger.This alone is clear.Furloughed staff being looked after for three months to keep their jobs and their companies alive may well find when the time comes to return it in many cases will be to no avail.
Without being selfish we at Ks must stay strong be prepared to muck in for the future as never before to make sure we are one of the survivers.
It will be a new beginning in a new and different world and football wise a newly constructed league system.Such sad times for many and a long way to go yet but lets make sure we are ready when the time comes.
So sorry if I dont offer too much hope

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