Behind closed doors - Fans coming back when?

One step at a time would be nice....actually getting a crowd at a game.
You can pi$$ up for the other 22 and a half hours in a day!
And it might be an idea to get Xmas out of the way first....oh and a massive reduction in Covid Cases maybe, might be slightly appropriate !
 
They should be doing a Government style tier system as to who can see the game.

1. The Board and their families.
2. The families of players.
3. Scouts from other teams.
4. Harry.
5. Olly Murs
6. The rest go to the season ticket holders ballot
 
"It is Club policy that all supporters must wear a face cover when entering and exiting the Stadium. Face covers may/may not/only be removed once in your seat/standing area and/or while eating or drinking."

I hope that's clear.....!
Sky Reporter in the Wycombe stadium has mentioned the fans have been told to wear face covering.
 
I'm baffled as to why the 2,000 Reading fans are just in one small corner of the ground.
The camera angle probably doesn’t give a true picture, but are they two metres apart from other groups?

Are the rules different for each club?

From COWS

Every other row in the seating areas is empty to allow access to the correct stairway and remember to use the brush- past method where you can.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55111469
 
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The camera angle probably doesn’t give a true picture, but are they two metres apart from other groups?

Are the rules different for each club?

From COWS

Every other row in the seating areas is empty to allow access to the correct stairway and remember to use the brush- past method where you can.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/55111469
Not an objective picture that BTK.
On TV, they were in one curved corner and the final third of the main stand.