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The Corona Virus And Possible Effects To GAA Matches

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Replying To GreenandRed:  "They should give priority to some season ticket holders from participating counties working in healthcare and front line services and, if it was possible, to some elderly people with season tickets. The rest in a lottery for season ticket holders. Forget the moneymaking aspect to it, will gain a bit from TV. Just show a bit of gratitude that those who got us through the dark days. They're class.

Happy Christmas everyone from Mrs and Mr Green and Red and the family!"
Fair enough. In this day and age we should be able to figure out a reasonable way to do this. Good luck to Mayo in the football btw.

Trump2020 (Galway) - Posts: 1099 - 03/12/2020 20:02:55    2318013

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Replying To BeJasus:  "https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/hurling/youre-looking-for-500-in-an-82000-stadium-morrissey-calls-for-families-to-be-allowed-into-all-ireland-final-39823824.html

Even one of your homies brought it up today."
My homies? :confused:

No. people shouldnt be allowed in. Yes its a big moment for the players involved but theyre lucky that the game itself can be played.

KillingFields (Limerick) - Posts: 1669 - 03/12/2020 21:02:27    2318023

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Replying To BeJasus:  "https://www.independent.ie/sport/gaelic-games/hurling/youre-looking-for-500-in-an-82000-stadium-morrissey-calls-for-families-to-be-allowed-into-all-ireland-final-39823824.html

Even one of your homies brought it up today."
Homies? What are you on about?

KillingFields (Limerick) - Posts: 1669 - 03/12/2020 22:46:32    2318040

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2000 spectators allowed in the Emirates Stadium last night for Arsenal's Europa league game - are we being too cautious here, or could people be trusted to behave responsibly in the heat of a close championship game??

football first (None) - Posts: 1184 - 04/12/2020 10:09:12    2318077

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