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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Baldrick's Cunning Plan, Mar 31, 2020.
Ian Dennis Booth-Stash?
If they get the results in 24 hours this country has definitely gone to the dogs as NHS workers are having to wait a week or more for their results
Not to me he doesn't
9 days recently
tests back potentially 2 days after you've gone back to work....
We’re in for tests in the morning be interesting to see how long the results take to come back.
Hope you're OK mate?
Yeh, we’re ok. Mrs Ben got a bit of a temp & sore throat so work sent her home & organised for us both to be tested. She’s not got it.
I’m more freaked about leaving the house, not been further than a couple of walks around the block since beginning of March.
I've been out and about a bit working so used to it now, but Mrs Tash hasn't been so felt same as you. OK after I gave her loads of jobs and lists of things to collect from places!
Anyway hope your testing of the testing goes well in such testing circumstances.
Here come the lawyers!
The Premier League has confirmed that players who are due to see their contracts expire at the end of June will have the opportunity to secure extensions until the end of the 2019/20 season.
A number of players in the Premier League are due to see their deals expire on June 30, which is also the end date for many loan deals, and clubs will now have the opportunity to negotiate short-term extensions.
That could pave the way for the Championship to follow suit, with the Tigers boasting a host of players whose contracts are set to end and loan men who are due to return to their parent clubs in the coming weeks.
The Premier League is keen to see matches return in mid-June and the new deals would tie the player down for the remainder of the 2019/20 season, whenever that may be.
I wonder how the discussion with Markus Henriksen will go!
very true....this legal battle could delay the resumption of playing football far far longer than the virus will
With wages per week or per game?
I’m with Norwich on this. It seems very convenient to promote Leeds without them finishing the season. But we all know they’re capable of catastrophic collapses. End the season now and cancel all promotions and relegations. It’s the only fair solution to ensure Leeds stay down and we stay up.
"The club have stressed to me safety is paramount"
Health of players or staying in the Championship ?
If we were at the top, this **** would be demanding we play out the season in full so as everything to be fair!