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* HELP THE CLUB THROUGH THE COVID-19 SHUTDOWN
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* HELP THE MANAGERS ATTRACT THE PLAYERS THEY NEED TO PUSH THE CLUB FORWARD

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 11 
 on: Yesterday at 10:56:32 PM 
Started by Inter Alty! - Last post by cheshire cat
After last weeks stream I've decided to go with Radio Robins.They might keep me awake.

 12 
 on: Yesterday at 10:33:30 PM 
Started by bigedd - Last post by RockyRobin
In a word, No.

Why not?

The dates given for the four stages of the relaxation of lockdown are bound to be extended sometime along the line due to the lack of observance and consequent slowing of the fall of the infection rate.
If that happens even for a few weeks, which is possible, it would take us beyond the end of the season.

That didnít last well did it.

Still pointing fingers at people?

Looking forward to going to ML before the end of the season, if some donít fancy it fair enough but please refrain from spreading unsubstantiated statements.

If you're referring to me then let me tell you I wasn't pointing fingers at anyone.

Furthermore I was giving my view, which you're still allowed to do on here, and I don't think even now I'll be too far away from it.

For example, my Greek holiday in June has already been cancelled.

Thanks for reading my old posts though.


Itís called reading a thread?

So you didnít write that the relaxation of lockdown would be extended due the lack of observance? Were you talking about yourself then or maybe the virusís lack of observance to the ďrulesĒ?




 13 
 on: Yesterday at 10:00:33 PM 
Started by bigedd - Last post by JD
No chance this season.

Dates likely extended as suggested.

So called lockdowns were supposed to be a last resort to prevent hospitalisation and premature deaths, but they have now become the norm. Government does not want to screw this up and has become risk averse as a result. Disproportionate measures to risk will still be in place post vaccination of all the other 50s by end of March. So fully expect to see things slip further. So no footy this season with crowds

Sorry - having a Hugh moment



And for the record... last I heard, less than 100 healthy people under 40 have died of cv (in the UK), and less than 1000 healthy under 60's. Asymptomatic transmission appears to be largely a myth as a spreader (how many teachers have died by catching it from their pupils?).

At the end of the day, everyone who wants one of those "vaccines" will have had one by autumn, and cv deaths look set to be less than 20/day this week - a lower rate (adjusted for population) than road deaths in 1960. And I guarantee they'll be low in summer, as I said. I just don't see what the problem is, and repeat, if we don't have fans back in May, something is very wrong. If not May, then when? Or is this supposed to carry on permanently? In which case you can forget non-league football as we know it. If only people understood risk assessment....

And no, Casper, this isn't politics, it's making the case for people to be allowed to watch Altrincham fc, the thing we all live for (well sort of). And I will be touching people if invited!

I'd Goodwin if I could!

 14 
 on: Yesterday at 09:59:17 PM 
Started by Inter Alty! - Last post by rorysgrandad
My guess is 5pm or possibly 1pm
I suppose it depends on whether you want another lacklustre performance to spoil your dinner or your tea.
kick off now moved from 12.30 to 4.30. Canít they decide which meal they want to ruin? First itís dinner up North. Now itís dinner down South.

 15 
 on: Yesterday at 09:53:18 PM 
Started by bigedd - Last post by Saughall Robin
In a word, No.

Why not?

The dates given for the four stages of the relaxation of lockdown are bound to be extended sometime along the line due to the lack of observance and consequent slowing of the fall of the infection rate.
If that happens even for a few weeks, which is possible, it would take us beyond the end of the season.

That didnít last well did it.

Still pointing fingers at people?

Looking forward to going to ML before the end of the season, if some donít fancy it fair enough but please refrain from spreading unsubstantiated statements.

If you're referring to me then let me tell you I wasn't pointing fingers at anyone.

Furthermore I was giving my view, which you're still allowed to do on here, and I don't think even now I'll be too far away from it.

For example, my Greek holiday in June has already been cancelled.

Thanks for reading my old posts though.

 16 
 on: Yesterday at 09:39:19 PM 
Started by MarpleAlty - Last post by Sale Holmfield
Which makes me wonder how he felt about being put in the position of having to chose between the position his faith takes and that publicly espoused by his employer.
Without wishing to be provocative, did you ever wonder how Christian players felt about playing on Good Friday? Wasn't there a Scottish (I think) player who had it in his contract that he wouldn't be called upon to play on a Sunday?
I don't know about the Scottish player (although I do remember the Welsh manager of Cefn Druids, of all clubs, who wouldn't manage on a Sunday), but Symon Burgher of Bromsgrove Rovers in the nineties wouldn't play on a Saturday as he was a Seventh Day Adventist, and so played at a lower level than his ability merited.

Back in the day, although Sunday football was banned, there were regular games on Christmas Day (unless it was a Sunday) and Good Friday, both  usually followed by a game the following day, so Christian players have not traditionally had a problem playing on those days.

 17 
 on: Yesterday at 09:21:46 PM 
Started by Hugh - Last post by CRT Butty
Amongst the most vulnerable people on the globe. Quite how an estimated 2m Americans dying of covid would help the children of Chad I don't know.

 18 
 on: Yesterday at 08:56:11 PM 
Started by bigedd - Last post by RockyRobin
In a word, No.

Why not?

The dates given for the four stages of the relaxation of lockdown are bound to be extended sometime along the line due to the lack of observance and consequent slowing of the fall of the infection rate.
If that happens even for a few weeks, which is possible, it would take us beyond the end of the season.

That didnít last well did it.

Still pointing fingers at people?

Looking forward to going to ML before the end of the season, if some donít fancy it fair enough but please refrain from spreading unsubstantiated statements.

 19 
 on: Yesterday at 08:10:52 PM 
Started by MarpleAlty - Last post by Mick
Watching Yoan trying to balance his phone on the steering wheel of his car whilst on a Teams Call - and failing several times - was probably more entertaining than the first half of the match. Certainly made me laugh.

 20 
 on: Yesterday at 08:01:15 PM 
Started by Brian Flynn - Last post by Brian Flynn
https://www.altrinchamfc.com/news/altrincham-v-sutton-united-now-4-30pm-kick-off-on-saturday-april-17th

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