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Re: RD 14 | Hull FC (A) Thu Oct 08, 2020 5:40 am  

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Yes Gotcha, it’s only Gary Hetherington that has ‘said it’, no one else, no other chairman or people in the sport, you know best of course.

I mean its not as if it was widely reported at the time that Sky agreeing to continue to pay this year was reliant on the game resuming, it’s all a lie from Hetherington.
Re: RD 14 | Hull FC (A) Thu Oct 08, 2020 6:43 am  

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When will muppets get it - they're playing so that the clubs don't go bankrupt.


Erm... Its an opinion poll. Name calling from grown adults is pathetic and inappropriate. 14000 daily cases now. The government needs to act, because people won't protect themselves.

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Re: RD 14 | Hull FC (A) Thu Oct 08, 2020 6:46 am  

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The Ghost of '99 wrote:
When will muppets get it - they're playing so that the clubs don't go bankrupt.


Well said. It’s obvious the money will stop if the competition is abandoned. We have to keep going and credit to all for doing their best.
Re: RD 14 | Hull FC (A) Thu Oct 08, 2020 7:01 am  

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Erm... Its an opinion poll. Name calling from grown adults is pathetic and inappropriate. 14000 daily cases now. The government needs to act, because people won't protect themselves.

Ciao for now. See you on the other side maybe.


And how many deaths? Also bearing in mind a death is recorded as a covid death if they have had a positive covid test with 28 days of their death, not necessarily because they died directly from it.
Re: RD 14 | Hull FC (A) Thu Oct 08, 2020 7:07 am  

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Tbf to RFL and clubs, they are actually doing Pretty well with a complicated and evolving scenario.
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Re: RD 14 | Hull FC (A) Thu Oct 08, 2020 7:19 am  

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christopher wrote:
Yes Gotcha, it’s only Gary Hetherington that has ‘said it’, no one else, no other chairman or people in the sport, you know best of course.

I mean its not as if it was widely reported at the time that Sky agreeing to continue to pay this year was reliant on the game resuming, it’s all a lie from Hetherington.


Mate you have'tt even gott your point correct, so how on earth do you base everything on it been true?

Just to clarify here, what was said, was not as you state regarding sky stopping this years money. No, what was said, was that Sky would reduce the amount of the rest of the contract, for this years money, i.e. over the next couple of seasons. A bit like Leeds with the season tickets if fans didnt ask for a refund.

Now, would you like to show us anything that backs this up from Sky if it is all so correct?

Lets be clear here, all the clubs had their Sky money for the year already, and since then have cut all staff payments through the pandemic by furloughing staff and players. This year was never the issue for any club, it was always about the future years.
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Re: RD 14 | Hull FC (A) Thu Oct 08, 2020 7:49 am  

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Mate you have'tt even gott your point correct, so how on earth do you base everything on it been true?

Just to clarify here, what was said, was not as you state regarding sky stopping this years money. No, what was said, was that Sky would reduce the amount of the rest of the contract, for this years money, i.e. over the next couple of seasons. A bit like Leeds with the season tickets if fans didnt ask for a refund.

Now, would you like to show us anything that backs this up from Sky if it is all so correct?

Lets be clear here, all the clubs had their Sky money for the year already, and since then have cut all staff payments through the pandemic by furloughing staff and players. This year was never the issue for any club, it was always about the future years.


Badly worded on my part, yes Sky agreed a reduced contract for the remainder of the deal, it was reported that that contract was agreed with the condition that the games this year were played when allowed, no one has said that its only this year thats the issue however the coming years would be worse if we didn’t resume this season as per the agreement reached with Sky.
Re: RD 14 | Hull FC (A) Thu Oct 08, 2020 8:58 am  

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I know they were officially on standby for this exact situation but I think Hull deserve a lot of credit for stepping up here and fulfilling the fixture when they're so poorly prepared for the greater good of the game.
Re: RD 14 | Hull FC (A) Thu Oct 08, 2020 10:12 am  

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I know they were officially on standby for this exact situation but I think Hull deserve a lot of credit for stepping up here and fulfilling the fixture when they're so poorly prepared for the greater good of the game.


Think they'll just want to play some rugby, like anybody else.
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Re: RD 14 | Hull FC (A) Thu Oct 08, 2020 11:03 am  

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christopher wrote:
And how many deaths? Also bearing in mind a death is recorded as a covid death if they have had a positive covid test with 28 days of their death, not necessarily because they died directly from it.


This is a smokescreen. Covid deaths are much higher than the official figure. The current way of reporting (any death after 28 days from a positive test) does not add significant numbers to the figure. People should stop using this as a way of underplaying the death toll.
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