Impact of coronavirus on Sydney FC thread

#556

Not sure if it’s real but A-League Memes seem to have been sent a draw or at least a draft draw for the rest of the season:

https://twitter.com/TheRealALM/status/1277900466383237120?s=19

For us:

  • 17 July vs Nux
  • 21 July vs Jets
  • 25 July vs WU
  • 1 August vs City
  • 6 August vs Adelaide
  • 10 August vs Roar
#557

https://www.a-league.com.au/fixtures#!/fixtures/s2019/t1962

Sydney FC’s 2019/20 Fixtures:*

Friday 17th July – vs Wellington Phoenix (H) – Netstrata Jubilee Stadium – Kick off 7:30pm

Tuesday 21st July – vs Newcastle Jets (H) – Netstrata Jubilee Stadium - Kick off 7:30pm

Saturday 25th July – vs Western United FC (H) – BankWest Stadium - Kick off 5pm

Saturday 1st August – vs Melbourne City (A) – TBC - Kick off 5pm

Thursday 6th August – vs Adelaide United (A) – TBC - Kick off 7pm

Monday 10th August – vs Brisbane Roar (A) – ANZ Stadium - Kick off 7:30pm

#558

Hopefully, a reasonable number can get into Parramatta and Homebush

#559

Now we know the schedule, how early can we claim the premiers plate?

#560

If we win the first one, any point we pick up after that or any point Wellington drops wins us the premiership.

Note also, winning the final this season would make us the most successful club in Australian national league history, overtaking Hakoah, South Melbourne, Marconi and MV with 4 each. So let’s just get it done.

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#561

still a bit hard to do equations, but the good news is those first 2 fixtures are at our regular home so we will either win it there, or maybe even better, will win it officially by the 3rd fixture at BankWest - not even sure which is better.

#562

Winning it at BankWest would be great. Might be the only silverware that ground sees for a long time.

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#563

Why not both?

Wrap up the league at home. Parade it at BankWest.

#564

Open top bus through Parramatta.

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#565

Apparently the club is going to contact members in the coming days about getting access to games.

I’m more than a bit excited to actually see some live football, even if the Cove can’t be together to create some atmosphere.

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#566

The guidance I had read in the past said all attendees had to be seated… I took this to mean in a seat. The Manly Newcastle game on at the moment has at least a couple of hundred people - sitting - on the hill. I’d hope that means Kogarah will be able to have people on the hill also.

#567

Was going to say the same thing. Good signs for hillside attendance.

#568

Can I bring my own deck chair?

#569

Looking at flying into Sydney for a week. Would line up with Jets and WU game. Not getting my hopes up about attending any games but cant help but dream.

#570

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#571

apparently all the melbourne teams didn’t make it to Canberra because of fog, so they might well be stuck unless they get a special exemption.

at this point, they can all stay there and forfeit all their games tbh, i don’t want them anywhere near our city at the best of times.

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#572

Nsw government has said they’ll work with the club’s to grant exemptions

#573

https://twitter.com/Adrian_Arciuli/status/1280306816656609280?s=20

Brief video here posted by apparently someone at SBS

#574

Another night of no flying for Victorian teams. Making them look very amateur compared to the other codes.

#575

I really thought it would be NRL players breaking quarantine that fucked this up.

Not the FFA’s own fucking incompetence.