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3 minutes ago, riccardo259 said:

What happens to their remaining fixtures if they put staff and players on furlough and refuse to play a game? Do they forfeit the games and the opposition given a 3-0 win?

My guess would be either that or they pull out of the league and all their results get wiped

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15 league games in 4 months , 29 left to play Feb -May , in the bottom 3 , travel expenses being so far south , it's hardly surprising without funding they are up ship creek.

 

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3 hours ago, AJS said:

On a side note, could we potentially play Eastleigh away on Saturday since Chesterfield are isolating? 

No because the Dover game is still on. They are talking about doing something in a couple of days. That would probably be too short notice to arrange anything else.

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6 minutes ago, andrich said:

No because the Dover game is still on. They are talking about doing something in a couple of days. That would probably be too short notice to arrange anything else.

Not if DB speaks to Dover chairman and ask what is going on.

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But he said they have applied for a grant, and if nothing is resolved about funding in a couple of days they will shut down. So I don’t see a decision being made until at least Thursday night.

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2 hours ago, andrich said:

No because the Dover game is still on. They are talking about doing something in a couple of days. That would probably be too short notice to arrange anything else.

Probably right. Would be good to be proactive if possible though. We need to get as many games in as possible whilst we can

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It's not as bad as the forecast , anywhere getting any sunshine the ground is soft , in the shade it's like concrete , it's that area in front of the South Stand again which will be rock hard .

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17 minutes ago, Monk said:

It's not as bad as the forecast , anywhere getting any sunshine the ground is soft , in the shade it's like concrete , it's that area in front of the South Stand again which will be rock hard .

Not sure what ground you're inspecting, below the sticky crust it's rock hard

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1 hour ago, Steve Lanzarote said:

As much chance of this being played as me turning out for England under 23s.

-2 at 10 am tomorrow. could switch to Dover not played them away yet. Weather forecast at Dover 7/8 degrees Sat.

Not according to the BBC forecast

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4 hours ago, Wilder Bollox said:

Not sure what ground you're inspecting, below the sticky crust it's rock hard

Cracking flags when the sun came out today , soft underfoot .

Makes no difference anyway even if it passed the inspection Dover won't be coming here anyway .

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