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“If you don’t want to play, stay home and watch Bundlesliga!” Jose Brilliantly Lashes Out
By Harry Hotspur -

At last, a voice of sanity in the wilderness of fear mongers. Mourinho’s. Yes, I fully acknowledge that I have skin in the game as a football blogger, but the cold reality is that in controlled environments, there is no risk.

This week an anti-body virus test came onto the commercial market that has 100% accuracy that retails for £99. It’s a simple and reliable test from the safety of your own home to find out if you have COVID-19 antibodies, a sign that your body has previously been infected with the coronavirus – and it’s approved by the US government’s Food and Drug Administration. The British government is looking to get a deal done to make this test kits commonplace in the UK.

That’s where we are folks. Unless of course Kyle Walker a footballer wants to flout the guidelines and create havoc as a consequence.

The Mirror reports in a recent meeting of football league managers, the Kosher One told colleagues such as Pep Guardiola, Frank Lampard, Nigel Pearson, and Graham Potter: “If you don’t want to play, stay home and watch Bundlesliga!”

More meetings are planned.

#VoidItMobOut

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Steve KillerCushion Williams
Steve KillerCushion Williams
1 year ago

Maureen does make me laugh. Shame noone filmed it.. Would have liked to see peps face.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 year ago

I’m all for a restart as long as the return is voluntary and there is no retaliation against players who don’t want to play. There will be players with family and partners in the at risk category. I also hope the Premier League don’t expect the players to sign a waiver clearing the Premier League of any responsibility. One of the nasty things about the virus is the lung damage it is inflicting, and doctors are reporting the damage could be long term, most people recover but for some this isn’t a bad cold or flu which you shake off after a fortnight. Yes I know it doesn’t affect younger fitter people as much but it’s possible a players career could be ended by this, as long as the players know the risk and are insured, a restart is possible.

Leslie Crawford
Leslie Crawford
1 year ago

A test that shows up antibodies does not guarantee immunity and players are going to still be at risk,we all miss and want football to return but not at all costs.

CowSpurs
CowSpurs
1 year ago

A mate of mine is a consultant neurologist working on the frontline at the moment and he has been saying exactly what you’ve been blogging, that these players will not be at risk. As inferred, it does depend on whether these lads can stick to the rules for the duration though. However, my mate also stated the obese, diabetic and aged are at risk of death in this. Your professional footballer would not ordinarily even have symptoms when carrying the virus. Not a football matter, but he also said there is no explanation as to why ethnic minorities are at greater risk. Quite worrying.

Willie!
1 year ago
Reply to  CowSpurs

Sound like someone talking out their hind quarters, spouting off on something way, way outside their area of expertise. A neurologist is, in no way, even remotely close to being an epidemiologist or virologist. The concept of a neurologist being “on the frontline” is baffling, as someone with a spouse who’s a critical care nurse.

CowSpurs
CowSpurs
1 year ago
Reply to  Willie!

Please explain for the interest of clarity, how a qualified doctor, albeit one who specialises in neurology is way, way outside their area of expertise in the information that he disclosed (after all, it’s not as though I wrote he has found a cure) and I passed on? He’s hardly a waiter making things up and he works in a hospital with CoVid 19 patients (Is that not the frontline?) and he has colleagues who are epidemiologists and virologists, which he has discussed this virus with extensively. COYS

CowSpurs
CowSpurs
1 year ago
Reply to  Willie!

Even more info. Just text him, his wife (a geriatrician) works directly with diagnosing CoVid 19 patients (probably more on the frontline than he is) and helped supply some of the info. To be fair, she is a mate as well, but not the original mate I was on about. Hope that helps. COYS

Steve KillerCushion Williams
Steve KillerCushion Williams
1 year ago
Reply to  CowSpurs

Just look at dana white and the ufc they have done two events now and the next ones on saturday… The english fa can manage too surely.. One fighter tested positive hours before in ufc 249 so they pulled him out quick. The other 23 fighters were fine so they carried on.. If dana can manage it then its not rocket science…… And yes mate the elderly and anyone with respiratory conditions are at most risk. Then underlying health conditions come into play. Some healthy and younger people have died but few and far between…. 33 percent of carriers have no symptoms apparently? Theres been alot of conflicting information, and when our government are lying to us its tough to know what and who to believe… It doesnt help the likes of boris and the tories being in charge.. Its the muppet show..

Steve KillerCushion Williams
Steve KillerCushion Williams
1 year ago
Reply to  CowSpurs

Just looked it up and research proves ethnic minorities are at greater risk. Mainly because of deprivation and poor access to health care.. Many live in poverty and alot of the immigrants cram many people into small living spaces. romanians bangledeshes bulgarians etc.. Unhealthy.. Highly likely living off poor diets as well.

CowSpurs
CowSpurs
1 year ago

I believe more affluent BAME are more susceptible than non-BAME though. It is a concern. You’re right about sociology-economic playing a huge factor in health and mortality.

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 year ago

Jose. My breda. Blessup Jose.

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