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Is it really worth the Premier League clubs opening for 2000 fans, no atmosphere no singing no drinking. It will be dead. With the cost of policing, stewarding, people taking temperatures, manning the club shop.The Premier League grounds should remain shut, itís the clubs for further down the football league ladder that need the revenue.
I think it is worth it, it's a start if anything! Also thousands of people have paid for season tickets so to have the option to partly honour those people and not take it would be ridiculous.
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Crystal Palace Dons. Selhurst Park has seen these type of crowds before for Premier League games.
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Crystal Palace Dons. Selhurst Park has seen these type of crowds before for Premier League games.
I'm not sure it actually has - Wimbledon's gates weren't that low at Selhurst when they were top flight. It's more like a return to Palace in the mid-80s.
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Wimbledon v Everton @ Selhurst in Jan 1993 =3039 (Premier League)
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Wimbledon v Everton @ Selhurst in Jan 1993 =3039 (Premier League)
There was a belief that Wimbledon used to count everyone at the ground in their attendance figures when they played at Selhurst. Players, substitutes, match officials, ball boys and journalists etc

Probably a ring of truth to it as the big clubs used to count all season ticket holders in their attendance even if they didn't go to matches as tickets for cup finals and semi-finals was based on a club's average attendance
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Is it really worth the Premier League clubs opening for 2000 fans, no atmosphere no singing no drinking. It will be dead. With the cost of policing, stewarding, people taking temperatures, manning the club shop.The Premier League grounds should remain shut, itís the clubs for further down the football league ladder that need the revenue.
100% agree, it would cost a fortune to open a stadium for 2k discounted tickets (all STs) my maths is shocking but thatís about £50k revenue tops.
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Mayor Khan thinks Greater London will be tier 2, which would be a 2000 capacity Selhurst
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I suspect most of us have a rather different view. Of course it will be nowhere near as good as how things are in normal times, but just the opportunity to get out and watch some live football in the fresh air would be wonderful, however crap the atmosphere will be.
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I suspect most of us have a rather different view. Of course it will be nowhere near as good as how things are in normal times, but just the opportunity to get out and watch some live football in the fresh air would be wonderful, however crap the atmosphere will be.
Not for me personally. Sitting in an anaesthetic atmosphere with no away fans and a few illegal shouts from the crowd echoing around Selhurst Park will be dismal. The chances of your family / friends getting tickets for the same day as you, and the chances that they'll sit near you are low, and it is doubtful that many facilities in or around the ground will be open.

It is most likely a moot argument anyway as the chances are that we will be in Tier 3 in SE25 (don't even think about travelling in from another tier!) and the way things are going we will be back in nationwide lockdown again soon anyway as it was proved last time that the Tier system did not work as not a single area reduced its tier.

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Not for me personally. Sitting in an anaesthetic atmosphere with no away fans and a few illegal shouts from the crowd echoing around Selhurst Park will be dismal. The chances of your family / friends getting tickets for the same day as you, and the chances that they'll sit near you are low, and it is doubtful that many facilities in or around the ground will be open.

It is most likely a moot argument anyway as the chances are that we will be in Tier 3 in SE25 (don't even think about travelling in from another tier!) and the way things are going we will be back in nationwide lockdown again soon anyway as it was proved last time that the Tier system did not work as not a single area reduced its tier.

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