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jammie82uk

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  1. Had this a few days now, how many hours are people putting into this to complete seasons Ive spent around 4 hours so far and not even finished preseason yet
  2. But it is a cheap dig at footballers tho, are MP’s taking a pay cut as a lot of them can’t do their job? are the people in similar positions to Mike Ashley and Richard Branson taking pay cuts or Even actually doing anything to help out?
  3. I see they are furloughing staff the minimum amount of time possible to qualify for the scheme
  4. What I was saying was He’s probably less likely to go if he’s with his parents then if he was on his own
  5. I’m not saying it’s impossible for Chilwell to be there but he still lives at his parents don’t he?
  6. I assume Ross McCormack’s name is mentioned because he owns the flat the party was in although that doesn’t mean it was Ross who called Jack to invite him over
  7. Apparently Ross McCormack was there as this is what Jamie O’Hara said on talksport “no one has talked about Ross, who is a complete idiot for throwing a party during the lockdown and inviting Jack Grealish – just because your career has gone down the pan, now you’re going to bring Jack Grealish into it? “So he’s an idiot, but also Jack should not be leaving his house.”
  8. I’m sure that bonus will come in handy as he has just furloughed all 550 non playing staff including himself taking a pay cut to “protect” jobs https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11675/11966191/tottenham-place-550-non-playing-staff-on-furlough-as-coronavirus-measure
  9. Looked at his tweets earlier when I viewed the video, the one directly before it is telling people to stay home then there is this one he’s retweeted from someone else asking for the situation to be taken seriously
  10. I have only just seen the video and came on here to see if somehow I had missed him saying sorry as you rightly say he hasn’t apologised for anything full stop
  11. Only if you can afford it, if you can’t then you are to email the club with your supporter number
  12. https://www.lcfc.com/news/1650419/important-season-ticket-information-march-2020/press-release IMPORTANT SEASON TICKET INFORMATION: MARCH 2020 Hi first name, Leicester City Football Club can today confirm a series of ticketing contingencies that have been put in place considering current disruptions caused by the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Professional stakeholders in the English game have suspended all fixtures until 30 April at the earliest, with a collective commitment to finding ways of resuming the 2019/20 season as soon as it is safe and possible to do so. In the interests of providing some assurance to supporters while we await further clarity on the resumption of Premier League football and any associated impact on both the current season and the 2020/21 season, the following prospective measures have been put in place: AUTO-RENEWALS FOR 2020/21 SEASON TICKETS SUSPENDED Nearly 15,000 Season Ticket Holders on the Club’s Direct Debit scheme would have been due for auto-enrolment in the coming weeks in relation to the 2020/21 season, but this process will now be deferred until further clarity has been provided on how season 2020/21 may be impacted by the game’s on-going response to the COVID-19 pandemic. All current Season Ticket Holders will retain priority over their existing seats during this time and, until further advised, no payment will be taken from them for the 2020/21 season. Further information on 2020/21 Season Tickets will be released at the appropriate time. SEASON TICKET REBATES/MATCH TICKET REFUNDS – SEASON 19/20 In the event that any of our postponed home 2019/20 fixtures go ahead as normal, all tickets will remain valid for the rearranged date. However, if it is determined that any of City’s four remaining home Premier League matches in the 2019/20 season cannot be played at all, or will be played behind closed doors, then Season Ticket Holders will have the choice between: • offsetting the pro-rata value of the affected matches against the cost of their 2020/21 Season Ticket; or • a cash refund of equivalent value. In these circumstances, refunds would also be offered to supporters who had purchased individual tickets for the affected fixtures (and this would also be the case for ticket holders for our postponed Emirates FA Cup quarter final match against Chelsea, if that tie was ultimately cancelled or played behind closed doors). This would also apply to Leicester City supporters that have purchased tickets for away matches. 2019/20 FINAL DIRECT DEBIT PAYMENTS For those Season Ticket Holders on the Club’s Direct Debit scheme, the final payment for the current 2019/20 season is due on Wednesday 1 April. The 2019/20 season remains active, albeit currently suspended, with all Premier League clubs sharing the objective of playing the remaining matches and completing the season. We would appreciate it, therefore, if supporters can meet this final instalment. We understand that the current situation has presented unforeseen challenges for many. Supporters suffering particular financial hardship who are concerned that they may not be able to meet the 1 April payment should contact the Club on ticketsinfo@lcfc.co.uk, quoting their supporter number. The Club would like to extend its appreciation to supporters for their patience and understanding during this uniquely challenging time and assure its Season Ticket Holders that every possible step will be taken to ensure further information relating to the 2020/21 season is issued in good time, allowing for personal circumstances to be considered before financial decisions are made. Further updates will be issued to Season Ticket Holders directly and via lcfc.com.
  13. And this is the reason why
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