- May 10, 2007
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WA will screw it up. But then the AFL should pull the Eagles and Dockers over east and they can live the Hub life in 2021.As soon as we get a couple of covid cases in a state hard borders are slapped on, it's absolutely ludicrous but it is what it is, so yeah it won't run as scheduled.
You could travel to go and see them interstate then while your there a few cases happen and they close the border then your stuck there.Be shocked if it did run as scheduled lol.
Impossible to make plans around the footy this season, you just simply don't know what's going to happen.
Yeah makes booking interstate games a nightmare, also you don't even know what day you're playing for the most part.You could travel to go and see them interstate then while your there a few cases happen and they close the border then your stuck there.
I'm thinking it might be a good year to upgrade my TVYeah makes booking interstate games a nightmare, also you don't even know what day you're playing for the most part.
It's a circus, not sure how much footy I'll attend this season, a lot will come down the rules and conditions that are in place for fans attending games.
Personally got no interest in a socially distanced, lack of atmosphere crowd with a mask.
Apparently the debate in the UK is why couldnt they be 'like australia' as if everything is back to normal. It is closer to normal, but as noted, there's no incentive to plan anything.As soon as we get a couple of covid cases in a state hard borders are slapped on, it's absolutely ludicrous but it is what it is, so yeah it won't run as scheduled.
Gotta think about the politicians involved though.Brisbane had a full capacity game at Suncorp Stadium in November. Limited crowds have been attending BBL and A-League games. I really don’t get the chicken little posting about attending games this year.
And we presently have no active cases outside of quarantine - yes sh*t can escalate fast as we saw over Christmas, but if things remain under control there won't be an issue. Plus vaccinations will start right around the time the season does. I don't foresee much getting in the way of being able to attend games this season.Gotta think about the politicians involved though.
WA won't let teams in from States with active, community transmission. And WA teams won't be able to return from States from states with active community cases without isolating (and that's low risk states).
Agreed. Palaszczuk is still playing hardball with the Qld border post-election so I doubt McGowan will get more liberal with things post-election either. That said - I would like to think more is being done behind the scenes to tighten hotel quarantine and thus negate the need for future border restrictions.It don't expect it to change one bit....(FYI, I'm from there)