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Vinnie



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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2021 9:53 pm    Post subject: Football Back To Normal Reply with quote

There will be no barrier to away fans at Scottish grounds after the country's football authorities removed the mandatory use of 'red zones' at games.

Scottish Premiership clubs have had to relocate spectators from main stands to allow a socially distanced area.

But clubs can relax physical distancing measures and make their own risk assessments about accommodating more home and away supporters.

Clubs can still implement red zones at their own discretion.

Clubs ask for clarity over away fans
Full stadiums, subject to local authority approval, have been permitted since early August, when Scotland eased Covid-19 restrictions.

Away fans have attended games in recent months but some matches have been played in front of only home crowds, with Celtic and Rangers housing home supporters in sections normally reserved for away fans.

Scottish football's Joint Response Group (JRG) said that "with the country's vaccination programme now at an advanced stage... it is now appropriate for clubs to make their own business decisions based on their own risk assessments".

And the JRG added: "Clubs should also be aware that in the event of any outbreaks or spikes in positive cases, the JRG reserves the right to reintroduce physical distancing requirements."




Surely that should open up the possibilty of more tickets for the Dunfermline away game later this month
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2021 11:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Itís entirely possible that, if PG remains at Dunfermline, the Raith attendance for that midweek tilt could exceed the Home crowd.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2021 11:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TxRover wrote:
Itís entirely possible that, if PG remains at Dunfermline, the Raith attendance for that midweek tilt could exceed the Home crowd.


Going by their board statement today, it's unlikely he will be if they don't get results soon. I think if they lose to Killie, he's gone
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2021 12:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Gary Parker wrote:
TxRover wrote:
Itís entirely possible that, if PG remains at Dunfermline, the Raith attendance for that midweek tilt could exceed the Home crowd.


Going by their board statement today, it's unlikely he will be if they don't get results soon. I think if they lose to Killie, he's gone


How you got that from that train wreak of a statement is beyond me. I think heís safe for several games.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2021 9:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Because the scenes at East End should they lose to Killie will leave the Dunfermline board with no choice.
The sense of entitlement from the Pars fans is something else though.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2021 4:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Following a meeting with the SPFL Championship clubs, it was overwhelmingly agreed that COVID ĎRed Zonesí, would remain in place for the visiting teams, with a review planned for the New Year.

Raith Rovers FC are currently looking into being able to provide changing facilities for the away teams, that will meet the JRG Red Zone guidelines, and subsequently enable the club to open up our hospitality.

The mainstand will continue to be a Red Zone and as s a result, we cannot allow Season Ticket holders back into the Mainstand, they will continue to be seated in the South Stand until further notice.
The clubís boardroom will remain closed as this is also in the red zone.
The club appreciates your patience and we are working hard to get hospitality opened up for our fans, but we are respectful of other clubs and their requirements for the ĎRed Zoneí to stay in place for their teams.

Thank you for continuing to support us and we will keep you updated.
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