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Covid adherence a necessity to win the league

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There’s lessons for us all in how one St Mirren player caught the virus, forcing his flatmate, a Hamilton Accies player, to isolate, shortly before three staff at Hamilton tested positive.  While we will never know for sure if these cases were linked, it is very likely.  The virus remains a risk to our health and incomes.  A lack of symptoms during the early incubation period allow it to flit between players who train together and therefore who face each other.

The health consequences for players are likely to be less significant than for society in general, they are young with few of the comorbidity markers, but the nature of their work makes them more vulnerable to infection than many of us.

Any innocuous link outside players’ sporting bubble can lead to multiple club contagion.  Teams need to manage this risk by controlling what staff do at home, prohibiting social interactions and maintaining social distance between staff while indoors.  Adherence to these practices is a prerequisite to winning the league.

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  1. !!BADA BING!! on 16TH SEPTEMBER 2020 11:27 AM

     

    Wouldn’t be surprised if St Mirren chinned us for £82,500,the money lost for a live Sky game.

     

     

    !!Bada Bing!! We (The Bhoys/Hoops FC) do not have any say, on which Matches the Media

     

    decide to Screen Live, it’s down to the TV Media Company, not Us.

  2. gene

     

     

    Read that on a related article on here gene, pleased for him. I’m a bit a bit of a fan. Then again I could be like that one eyed driver o the Clapham Omnibus, always lookin straight aheid.

  3. Gene, Sky have the ODI and an EFL cup game tonight, most likely think the viewing figures for our game wouldn’t be worth it

  4. delaneys dunky

     

     

    Cheap shot from Neil. We could have and should have won that game on the night, that was what was so disappointing.

  5. DD – obviously someone at Celtic fancies Bakker as well and PSG were reported to be open to a deal, if price is right, but the player apparently wants to stay at PSG.

  6. DELANEYS DUNKY on 16TH SEPTEMBER 2020 11:45 AM

     

    AKBW

     

    Absolutely.

     

    I am not a scout, but I really fancy the Ajax Academy graduate at PSG, Bakker.

     

    He could do the job at left wing back, that would create a better balance in our team, and is a far superior player than Greg Taylor.

     

     

    I totally agree DD, we should be looking @ the type of players you have mentioned if we want a better balance & shape in our Team. (Nick Hammond Take Note)

     

    Hamish on 67 Hail Hail YouTube Channel, was talking to a Charlton FC Supporter last night. & The

     

    Charlton Supporter reckons Charlton would be looking for in the region of 5 Mil for Young Doubty.

     

    I would forget Doubty, & go for the Bakker instead. However PSG would probably want in the region of

     

    10 Mil for Bakker, in other words they are not going to let him go cheaply that is for sure. & Anyway

     

    nowadays we can buy players, with the option of paying for them in Instalments, if it’s going to be

     

    hard on our players buying Budget. After all, Sevco did that option, when buying Kent from Liverpool.

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