Section 35 Order in Place at Griffin Park

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Obviously expecting a positive result this evening.
 

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That's harsh on the travelling Barnsley supporters.
 

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Looks like that has been extended Eastward to take in The Inverness.
 

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Looks like a hairdryer...

Either way, precaution rather than optimism. I'll stay at home if it were to happen, getting increasingly drunk until 3am.
 

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What’s happening at Griffin Park tonight? Surely, just another football match, which under normal circumstances 12,000 people would have attended.

As it is, there will be probably be a hundred or so people in the stadium.

The police must be expecting trouble from MB, TF, PG and the Directors, and the whole team and support staff in having a big celebration!!!
It’s just us fans who are so well behaved.

Seriously though, everyone who has the least bit of power nowadays sets out to stop normal people enjoying themselves.

Hope that WBA and Fulham have had the same zone set up around their grounds - anyone know?!
 

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WBA I'm pretty sure do, it's just the way while the country is where it is with COVID-19. We'll have a chance to celebrate if it did happen, and I'm sure most on here would in their own way regardless...
 

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Presume the same restrictions were in place at Elland Road at the weekend and will be at Anfield tonight?? :rolleyes:
 

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What an odd statement!

Perhaps you should put the whole of my post in your comment, not just take one sentence in it out of context.

I was referring to the police, who nowadays seem to be more interested in patrolling beaches, stopping people congregating around football grounds, and from this weekend may fine you for entering a shop without a mask.
However, if you ring them about an actual crime like your car being broken into or a burglary, chances are that you’ll just get a crime number, and that’s about it.
 

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Does this dispersal order mean that you are not allowed to go down Ealing Road on a 65 bus, wearing a Brentford shirt and a Bees mask?
 

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That's due to lack of funding for the police, they need more numbers rather than constant cuts. But just because they don't have the resources to deal with certain crimes anymore (which needs to change), doesn't mean that lighter laws shouldn't be enforced. We all understand the situation with COVID, and that we all have to do our part. If that means not having mass gatherings and wearing masks then so be it. The pandemic hasn't gone away because it's become a bit more inconvenient to deal with. This dispersal zone isn't the wrong thing to do.
 

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Does this dispersal order mean that you are not allowed to go down Ealing Road on a 65 bus, wearing a QPR shirt and a gimp mask?

I wouldn't advise it.:nono:
 

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Does this dispersal order mean that you are not allowed to go down Ealing Road on a 65 bus, wearing a Brentford shirt and a Bees mask?
It was you, then!
 

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Though the texts has been removed from the photo on GPG there’s a few people in Braemar Rd around the entrance. The Bees team doesn’t don’t walk in that way.
 

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So does that mean the Griffin can't open? I wouldn't be happy about that if I still lived in Clifden Road.
 

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Let's all go to Lionel Road instead???
 
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